ISRO has triumphantly launched RISAT-2B – an observation spy satellite
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has become successful in launching an earth observation spy satellite which is capable of capturing high resolution pictures during both, day and night. What’s more, it is also works in cloudy conditions.
The satellite was launched by ISRO from Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota at 5.30am.
With a lifespan of 5 years, this satellite is a replacement to RISAT-2 that was launched in 2009. It is going also going to facilitate with military surveillance. This in turn is bound to magnify India’s defence abilities to keep an eye on cross border activities.