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Gentlemen, Venus mission is gonna be lit 🔥🔥.....it will be far more sophisticated and advanced than the proposed Venus missions of ESA and NASA in next decade (ESA & NASA orbiters will carry no more than 3 payloads).... following payloads are finalised as per yesterday's presentation..

1. Venus SAR
2. VARTISS Radar ( 3 wire 25 m dipole antennas)
3.VSEAM
4. VASP
5. SPAV
6.LIVE (Lightning Instrument for VEnus)
7.NAVA ( Venus airglow imager to detect Oxygen Green and Red light)
8. VEDA ( Electron Temperature Analyser)
9. RPA
10. VETHICA ( mass spectrometer)
11.RAVI
12. VIPER ( Plasma environment , will also have a Magnetometer)
13. VODEX ( Venus Orbiter Dust EXperiment)
14.Venus Thermal Camera

Latest render of the proposed printer, when carefully observed we can see the gimballed communications antenna, SAR antenna & 25m long dipole antenna for VARTISS payload
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Gentlemen, Venus mission is gonna be lit 🔥🔥.....it will be far more sophisticated and advanced than the proposed Venus missions of ESA and NASA in next decade (ESA & NASA orbiters will carry no more than 3 payloads).... following payloads are finalised as per yesterday's presentation..

1. Venus SAR
2. VARTISS Radar ( 3 wire 25 m dipole antennas)
3.VSEAM
4. VASP
5. SPAV
6.LIVE (Lightning Instrument for VEnus)
7.NAVA ( Venus airglow imager to detect Oxygen Green and Red light)
8. VEDA ( Electron Temperature Analyser)
9. RPA
10. VETHICA ( mass spectrometer)
11.RAVI
12. VIPER ( Plasma environment , will also have a Magnetometer)
13. VODEX ( Venus Orbiter Dust EXperiment)
14.Venus Thermal Camera

Latest render of the proposed printer, when carefully observed we can see the gimballed communications antenna, SAR antenna & 25m long dipole antenna for VARTISS payload
View attachment 154262
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Toi Aab jaag rha jab ki mai kab se forum pe keh rha hu gisat is CBG assistant sat they should hire me for space reporting they got shitty one
But then I will probably will fired before evening because I repel libtards and no amount of money can change my mind . And toi space reporting is full of libtards 😂😂😂😂
 

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India, UK space companies to build fifth-gen satellite broadband internet

India, UK space companies sign MoU/ Representational image
India, UK space companies sign MoU/ Representational image

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  • May 05, 2022,
  • Updated May 05, 2022, 11:56 AM IST
India and US-based 5G satellite communication product company Astrome Technologies and UK-based middle Earth orbit (MEO) satellite constellation company Methera Global Communications have signed an MoU for a strategic partnership. The two companies will explore opportunities to work on a variety of projects such as usage of the Methera system and its low-cost user terminals to access its constellation of satellites and terrestrial infrastructure.


The Methera system is responsible for delivering high-capacity Gbps broadband access anytime and anywhere through a constellation of MEO and low-cost user terminals. The system is focused on providing connectivity across the globe in remote and rural regions as well as underserved communities.

The system will support the rollout of both government and private sector digital applications and meet the demand for satellite broadband. Telecom service providers, mobile network operators, energy providers, emergency and rescue services will be able to use the system to connect communities and regions that are currently unreachable.
Dr Neha Satak, Co-founder and CEO, Astrome Technologies said this partnership will involve many “projects and opportunities for technology development and deployment for the telecommunications industry for years to come”.
Methera Global CEO Chris McIntosh said that the partnership combines the “complementary skillset and expertise of both companies to deliver high-speed broadband solutions to the much needed and underserved communities, ensuring availability anywhere and anytime”.
Astrome is a technology innovator of flat panel ground terminals and next generation satellite payloads for LEO/MEO/GEO satellites in India. It is backed by marquee VCs from India, Germany and South Korea.
Methera Global has ITU filings to launch and operate a constellation of MEO satellites for high-speed, high-density broadband connectivity.
 

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Ariane-5 VA257, scheduled for 22 June 2022 launch with CMS-02 (aka GSAT-24) and MEASAT-3d

Next Arianespace launch scheduled for June 22 with Ariane 5

-Ariane flight 257 is scheduled for June 22.

– The first Ariane 5 of the year will orbit two geostationary telecommunication satellites, MEASAT-3d and GSAT-24.
– Mission VA257 will help improve the broadband coverage in the Asia-Pacific region.

This Ariane 5 launch from the Guiana Space Center, Europe’s Spaceport, is scheduled for June 22, during a launch window from 21:03 to 22:43 UTC.
The satellites will be launched for two major actors and long-standing Arianespace customers: MEASAT, the leading Malaysian satellite operator, and NewSpace India Limited (NSIL), a Government of India company under Department of Space (DOS).
MEASAT-3d, to be co-located with MEASAT-3a and MEASAT-3b at the 91.5°E orbital slot, is a multi-mission telecommunications satellite built by Airbus Defence and Space. This new satellite will significantly enhance broadband speeds of up to 100 Mbps per user in areas with limited or no terrestrial network throughout Malaysia while continuing to provide redundancy and additional capacity for video distribution in HD, 4K, and ultimately 8K in the Asia-Pacific region.
GSAT-24, a Ku-band 4-ton class communications satellite built by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) for NewSpace India Limited (NSIL) that will provide high-quality television, telecommunications and broadcasting services over India. GSAT-24 satellite is the 1st Demand Driven communication satellite mission undertaken by NSIL.
Departure of GSAT 24 from NSIL to France guena launch centre
 

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This is one area where I disagree with Modi and disappointed in. I will criticize Modi on this aspect since he is the self appointed Minister of Space. Modi needs to do a better job of supporting ISRO.
 

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