Bengaluru, March 13
The Indian Area Analysis Organisation (ISRO) has launched a sounding rocket to review attitudinal variations within the impartial winds and plasma dynamics from the Sriharikota spaceport.
ISRO has developed a sequence of sounding rockets known as Rohini sequence, vital amongst them being RH-200, RH-300 and RH-560, quantity within the title indicating the diameter of the rocket in mm, in accordance with the Bengaluru-headquartered house company.
“Launch of sounding rocket (RH-560) to review attitudinal variations within the impartial winds and plasma dynamics carried out as we speak (Friday) at SDSC SHAR, Sriharikota,” ISRO tweeted.
Sounding rockets are one or two-stage stable propellant rockets used for probing the higher atmospheric areas and for house analysis.
Additionally they function simply inexpensive platforms to check or show prototypes of recent elements or subsystems meant to be used in launch autos and satellites. — PTI