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Which of these is not a launch vehicle of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)?

ASLV
PSLV
GSLV
HSLV


The ASLV/PSLV/GSLV are all launch vehicles of India. The ASLV is called the Augmented Satellite Launch Vehicle which is capable of placing payloads in Lov/Near Space Orbits, whereas PSLV is called the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle. The GSLV is the most important vehicle of ISRO, this booster is capable of placing two-ton communication satellites in Geo Transfer Orbits.

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ISRO Satellite Centre (ISAC) is located at

Banglore
Karnataka
Delhi
Madhya Pradesh


ISRO Satellite Centre (ISAC)- ISAC at Banglore is the lead center for developing satellite technology and implementation of satellite system for scientific technological and applications missions.

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North Eastern – Space Application Centre (NE SAC) is located at

Thiruvananhapuram
Gadanki
Ahmedabad
Shillong


North Eastern – Space Application Centre (NE SAC)- NE-SAC, located at Shillong, is a joint initiatives of DOS and North Eastern Council to provide development support to the North Eastern region using space science and technology.

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Which is an expendable launch system developed to allow India to launch its Indian Remote Sensing (IRS) satellites into Sun synchronous orbits?

Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV)
Augmented Satellite Launch Vehicle (ASLV)
Satellite Launch Vehicle (SLV)
Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV)


The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, usually known by its abbreviation PSLV, is an expendable launch system developed to allow India to launch its Indian Remote Sensing (IRS) satellites into Sun synchronous orbits, a service that was, until the advent of the PSLV, commercially viable only from Russia.

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What does INSAT stands for?

Indian National Space and Technology
Indian National Satellite and Technology
Indian Nuclear Space and Technology
Indian National Satellite System


INSAT (Indian National Satellite System) is a series of multipurpose geostationary satellites launched by ISRO to satisfy the telecommunications, broadcasting, meteorology and search-and-rescue needs of India.

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Which will be the 11th Indian communication satellite

GSAT-16
GSAT-15
GSAT-11
GSAT-9


GSAT-16 will be the 11th Indian communication satellite similar to GSAT-15 meant to increase the number of transponders that in turn enhance the satellite based telecommunication, television, VSAT services in India.

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The Indian Space Research Organisation launched its first Mars orbiter, called

GSLV-MkII
Chandrayaan-2
Aditya-1
Mangalyaan


The Indian Space Research Organisation launched its first Mars orbiter, called Mars Orbiter Mission, or Mangalyaan, on 5 November 2013.Mangalyaan carries a 15-kilogram suite of five science instruments to study the Martian upper atmosphere, surface features and mineralogy.

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Which is the First Indian space based Solar Coronagraph to study solar Corona in visible and near IR bands?

Aditya-1
GSLV-MkII
INSAT
Chandrayaan-2


Launch of the Aditya mission is planned during the next high solar activity period ~ 2012 but has been postponed to 2015–2016 due to the extensive work involved in the fabrication and other technical aspects .

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Which network receives, processes, archives and distributes the spacecraft health data and payload data in real time?

IDSN
NRSC
ISTRAC
MCF


This network receives, processes, archives and distributes the spacecraft health data and payload data in real time. It can track and monitor satellites up to very large distances, even beyond the Moon.

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An all Indian transmission of television programmes has been possible through

Bhaskara
Rohini
SROSS
INSAT


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