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  Indian Space Program
Between 1982 and 1990 four U.S.-built INSAT 1 satellites were launched to support Indian domestic communications and Earth observation requirements as a joint venture among the Indian Department of Space, the Department of Telecommunications, the Meteorological Department, All-India Radio, and All India Doorarshan Television.
INSAT 1 D (June, 1990) was operational at 83 degrees E. The INSAT 2 program was underway in 1983 to develop an indigenous multi-purpose GEO spacecraft that relied heavily on the previous Ford Aerospace design.
INSAT 2B was launched 22 July 1993 by an Ariane rocket and positioned at 93.5 degrees E. In March, 1994, India selected Arianespace to launch INSATs 2C and 2D in 1995 and 1996, respectively.
www.geocities.com /indian_space_story/insat.html   (917 words)

Insat (Indian National Satellite System) was a multipurpose satellite system for telecommunications, broadcasting, meteorology and search and rescue services.
Commissioned in 1983, Insat was the largest domestic communication system in the Asia-Pacific Region, and was a joint venture of the Indian Department of Space (DOS), Department of Telecommunications, India Meteorological Department, All India Radio and Doordarshan.
In geostationary orbit the satellite was to be co-located with Kalpana-1 and Insat-3C satellites at 74 deg East longitude.
www.astronautix.com /project/insat.htm   (1511 words)

 The promise of INSAT-2E
Among the satellites of the INSAT system, INSAT-1D, launched in 1990, is well past its nominal life and is already in an inclined orbit, the inclination amounting to more than 1°.
The multi-purpose satellite is perhaps the most advanced in the INSAT series so far in terms of technologies used in the hardware and in the payloads.
INSAT is the only satellite system which carries this frequency band after it was released for VSAT use by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and it has been adopted for VSAT communications.
www.flonnet.com /fl1608/16080040.htm   (3319 words)

 Spaceflight Now | Ariane Launch Report | Ariane overcomes computer abort, lofts Indian satellite
About 21 minutes later the Insat 3C spacecraft, developed and built by the Indian Space Research Organization, was successfully deployed from the rocket's third stage, having arrived in a highly elliptical geosynchronous transfer orbit with a low point of 570 km, a high point of 35,920 km and inclination of 4 degrees.
Insat 3C's communications payload of 30 C-band transponders, two S-band transponders and a single transponder for mobile communications services will continue the services of the aging Insat 2C and Insat 2DT, which are nearing their end of their service lives, ISRO said.
Insat 3C is the second satellite of the Insat 3 series of spacecraft to be launched.
www.spaceflightnow.com /ariane/v147   (1138 words)

 India News Online
INSAT is one of the largest domestic communications satellite systems in the world today.
INSAT - 2E is configured with single-sided solar array consisting of four panels.
INSAT - 2E weighs about 2,550 kg at lift-off including 1404 kg of propellants required for orbit raising and in-orbit control for the planned mission life of 12 Years.
www.indianembassy.org /inews/May_1999/ISRO.html   (1256 words)

 Private Firms Rushing To Book Insat-3A Capacity   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The rush reflects the Insat system’s attractive leasing rates and a shortage of Insat capacity relative to demand.
In addition to giving government users priority on Insat, India’s satellite telecommunications policy bars all domestic customers from using foreign satellites if the national system is available to provide the same service.
For television broadcasters, the Insat system is attractive because its transponder lease rates typically are lower than those for foreign-owned transponders, the ISRO source said.
www.space.com /spacenews/archive03/insatarch_051903.html   (557 words)

 INSAT 2 - India and Earth Observation Systems   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
INSAT 1-class satellites carry a Very High Resolution Radiometer (VHRR) working in the visible (0.55-0.75, µm) and IR (10.5-12.5 µm) bands with resolutions of 2.75 km and 11 km, respectively.
The INSAT 2 program was inaugurated in 1992 with the launch of INSAT 2A, followed by INSAT 2B in 1993.
The twin capability of communication and meteorological imaging of INSAT is effectively used not only to track cyclone formations but also to issue warnings to the affected population.
www.fas.org /spp/guide/india/earth/insat2_eo.htm   (362 words)

 INSAT 2B shut down after technical snag
INSAT 2B satellite, which supports the country's telecommunications and broadcast sectors was shut down after a technical hitch, the state-run space research agency said on Saturday.
Krishnamurthy explained that the loss of earth-lock meant that the direction of the satellite, which is fixed to constantly face a specific side of the earth, had changed.
The satellite is one of seven in the INSAT series that are the mainstay of India's telecommunications, broadcasting and meteorological functions.
www.gisdevelopment.net /news/2000/nov/insatb.htm   (210 words)

 India News Online
In an hour-long interview given to T.S. Subramanian at ISRO headquarters in Bangalore on March 12, Dr. Kasturirangan (who is also Chairman, Space Commission, and Secretary, Department of Space), spoke of the promise and prospects of India's space programme in the context of the launch of INSAT-2E.
With the aid of the first generation INSAT series, telecommunications expanded considerably by providing inter-city networks and trunk routes.
INSAT 2-E, the most advanced multi-purpose satellite built at the ISRO Satellite Centre in Bangalore, which will be launched in early April.
www.indianembassy.org /inews/April99/ISRO.html   (2345 words)

 The Hindu : INSAT 3E will take tally to 128 transponders
With the launch of INSAT 3E, the Indian Space Research Organisation's communications satellite, on September 28, the country's tally of communication transponders in space will go up to 128, G. Madhavan Nair, Secretary, Department of Space and Chairman ISRO, said here today.
INSAT 3E, the penultimate spacecraft in the INSAT 3 series, will be launched aboard the French Ariane 5 rocket from the spaceport of Kourou, French Guyana.
A successful launch of INSAT 3E — after successive delays, the last due to a component alert — is important not in the least because its transponders will take on the traffic now being handled by 23 transponders on INSAT 2DT which is nearing the end of its life.
www.hindu.com /2003/09/23/stories/2003092300981300.htm   (333 words)

 Indian Space News [January 2002]
They said the orbit-raising operations started on January 25th from the INSAT Master Control Facility (MCF) at Hassan, some 180 km from Bangalore, in Karnataka, which took control of the spacecraft after it was shot into space.
The manoeuvres, the sources said, would finally put the satellite in a geostationary orbit, stationary with relation to a point on the earth, at 74º East longitude with an altitude of 36,000 km and inclination of 4º to the equator.
The INSAT-3C is expected to augment the present INSAT capacity for communication and broadcasting, besides providing continuity of the services of INSAT-2C when it reaches the end of mission life late this year.
www.bharat-rakshak.com /SPACE/News/2002/02-Jan.html   (2892 words)

 chapter 16   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
INSAT sought to demonstrate the practical benefits of advanced technologies to the poorer nations.
Suddenly, INSAT had five clients, but they were all ossified bureaucracies dating from the British Raj into which had transmigrated a thoroughly Indian soul.
The history of INSAT is also a case study in the emergence of a nation-state in South Asia.
history.nasa.gov /SP-4217/ch16.htm   (6440 words)

INSAT is one of the largest domestic communication satellite systems in the Asia Pacific Region with five satellites, INSAT-2C, INSAT-2DT, INSAT-2E, INSAT-3B and INSAT-3C in operation.
To partly augment the capacity of the INSAT system consequent to the loss of INSAT-2D (in October, 1997), an in-orbit satellite, ARABSAT-1C was procured from ARABSAT Organisation, a regional inter-governmental satellite consortium of Arab States.
A minor shortfall of 0.6 percent in the velocity of injection of the satellite resulted in a reduction of orbital apogee of the satellite while the perigee and inclination were close to targeted values.
www.indiaconsulate.org.br /comercial/p_nao_residentes/SatelliteProgram.htm   (4291 words)

He realized that communications and direct TV broadcasting by satellite was particularly advantageous for a country as vast as India.
The Insat 1 Series were built by Ford Aerospace (now called Loral Space Systems) and launched in America.
The newer generation of indigenous Insat satellites are one of the most advanced in the world.
www.geocities.com /hari_ghk/insat.htm   (435 words)

 Spaceflight Now | Ariane Launch Report | Ariane trifecta: Lunar probe, two other satellites launched
The Indian Insat 3E and Eutelsat e-Bird communications craft were stacked atop SMART 1 for the ascent.
Insat 3D, an advanced meteorological satellite, is scheduled to fly next year.
In all, Insat 3E is the 11th Indian satellite launch by Ariane over the past 22 years.
www.spaceflightnow.com /ariane/v162   (2237 words)

 Indian Space Research Organisation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Satellite arrays include IRS (Indian Remote Sensing) satellite series, INSAT (Indian National Satellite) series (in Geo-Stationary orbit), GSAT series (launched using GSLV) and METSAT 1 (launched by PSLV).
The Insat series of satellites include the 1 (A, B,C, D), 2 (A, B,C, D/DT) and 3 (A, B,C, D,E) series.
Most of these satellites were launched by the Arianespace for ISRO, the latest being INSAT 3E.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Indian_Space_Research_Organisation   (1276 words)

 On the launch pad
The unexpected loss of six XC transponders aboard INSAT-2D could not be compensated either by the acquisition of the in-orbit satellite ARABSAT-1C (redesignated as INSAT-2DT and moved over to the Indian slot in the geosynchronous orbit at 55°E) or by the launch of INSAT-2E (in April 1999) as neither satellite had XC transponders.
However, the failure of the VHRR scan assembly aboard INSAT-2E, which led to the infamous fiasco in the prediction of cyclone landfall by the India Meteorological Department (IMD) during the Orissa super cyclone, resulted in a reshuffle of the INSAT-3 series.
The repeated failure of the meteorological payload aboard INSAT - earlier there were problems in respect of receiving IR data from INSAT-2A and INSAT-2B - required a complete relook at the met payload, the VHRR in particular.
www.thehindu.com /fline/fl1901/19010870.htm   (1739 words)

 INSAT 3E's launch on Aug 28 - Sify.com
Bangalore: Indian communication satellite INSAT 3E is all set for launch by an Ariane Five generic launcher of the Arianespace from Kourou in French Guyana on August 28.
INSAT 3E's predecessor INSAT 3A, which had been commissioned, was launched by an Ariane four launcher on April 10 this year.
INSAT system provided about 120 transponders in S-band, C-band, extended C-band and Ku-band, besides Very High Resolution Radiometer and Charge Coupled Device camera for meteorological imaging.
sify.com /news/scienceandmedicine/fullstory.php?id=13214306&vsv=94   (392 words)

 Welcome to INSAT-Indian Students Association of Tallahassee   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
INSAT stands for 'The Indian Students Association of Tallahassee'.
INSAT is simply an attempt to help us not forget.
Over the years INSAT has also taken up the gauntlet of arranging Airport pickups and temporary accomodation for newly arriving students from India.
ww2.cs.fsu.edu /~mahajan/insat   (284 words)

 Rediff On The NeT: Insat 2D launch showcases Indian talent
Though the satellites were launched through acquired launchers, the Indian space scientists had their first feel of manoeuvring a satellite from transfer orbit to its final niche in space.
The Insat series ushered in a revolution in telecommunication, radio and television broadcasting besides meteorology.
The Insat-1B legacy was carried through the current decade also, with Insat 2A and 2B being launched in 1992 and 1993, enhancing communications and broadcasting.
inhome.rediff.com /news/jun/04sat3.htm   (541 words)

 GIS News: INSAT-3A launched
Other INSAT satellite locations are: INSAT-2DT at 55 deg East longitude, INSAT-2E and INSAT-3B at 83 deg East longitude, INSAT-3C and KALPANA-1 at 74 deg East longitude.
INSAT-3A, like all its predecessors in the INSAT series, is a 3-axis body-stabilised spacecraft using earth sensors, sun sensors, inertial reference unit, momentum/reaction wheels and magnetic torquers.
INSAT-3A is expected to augment the present INSAT capacity for communication and broadcasting, besides providing meteorological services along with INSAT-2E and KALPANA-1.
www.gisdevelopment.net /news/viewn.asp?id=GIS:N_neiczqob   (798 words)

 Indiantelevision dot com's Breaking News: Zee to use 7 transponders on Insat   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
According to a senior Zee executive, the three transponders on Insat 3A, recently put into geo-stationary orbit, would be used for the HITS project, while negotiations are on for KU-band transponders for the DTH project that is slated to get off the ground later this year.
The thing that is being finalised is on which Insat satellite would we be given the KU-band transponders.
The Insat system's transponder capacity was being augmented and stood at 120 after the launch of Insat 3A.
www.indiantelevision.com /headlines/y2k3/may/may53.htm   (395 words)

 Insat 3C   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The initial health checks on the satellite indicate that the performance of the satellite is normal.
Other INSAT satellite locations are: INSAT-2C and INSAT-2B at 93.5 deg East longitude, INSAT-2E and INSAT-3B at 83 deg East longitude, INSAT-2A at 48 deg East longitude and INSAT-2DT at 55 deg East longitude.
INSAT-3C, like all its predecessors in the INSAT series, is a 3-axis body-stabilised spacecraft using momentum/reaction wheels, earth sensors, sun sensors, inertial reference unit and magnetic torquers.
www.antrix.org /insat3c.htm   (696 words)

 Fact Sheet
Besides providing telecommunication and television services, a channel of INSAT is being used for satellite based training and developmental communication which is becoming more popular and several agencies are using the system for interactive education and training.
The Training and Development Communication Channel on INSAT is being extensively used for training primary teachers, Panchayati Raj elected representatives, Anganwadi workers associated with women and child development, watershed development functionaries, health and family welfare functionaries, animal husbandry and co-operative members, students of open universities, other educational institutions and banks.
INSAT VHRR imageries are used by Doordarshan during news coverage and by newspapers as part of weather reporting.
pib.nic.in /archieve/factsheet/fs2000/space.html   (2760 words)

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