Important information about Aryabhata Satellite
The first satellite of India named Aryabhata was launched by India on 19 April 1975 from Kapustin Yar, a Russian rocket Kosmos-3M launch vehicle.
The first satellite of India named Aryabhata was launched by India on 19 April 1975 from Kapustin Yar, a Russian rocket Kosmos-3M launch vehicle. The satellite was assembled at Peenya, near Bangalore, but was launched by a Russian-made rocket.
It was built by ISRO ( Indian Space Research Organisation ). Aryabhata's name was of an astronomer and mathematician of India after the 5th century it was named by the same name. Between 1976 and 1997 satellite Aryabhata image appeared the back of 2 rupees (Indian Bank Note) and the between of 1 rupee.
|Launch date||19 April 1975|
|Launch site||Kapustin Yar|
|Launch mass||360 kg (794 lb)|
|weighed||794 pounds (360 kg)|
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