Yet another feat is achieved by the Indian Space Research Organisation. ISRO has successfully launched their first project after COVID-19 pandemic. After nearly a year, the Indian Space Research Organisation’s PSLV-C49 has successfully lifted off from the first launch pad at Satish Dhawan Space Centre
The rocket was launched ten minutes late due to the sudden lighting which could have damaged the inbuilt electronic gadgets. The rocket, in its 51st flight, carried an all-weather earth imaging satellite EOS-01, previously called RISAT-2BR2, and nine foreign satellites. 15 minutes after the launch, the rocket was successfully injected with its primary payload, EOS-01, into a low earth orbit.