Who built Bhaskara 1 and 2 satellite?

the Indian Space Research Organisation
Bhaskara-I and II were two satellites built by the Indian Space Research Organisation that formed India’s first low orbit Earth Observation Satellite.

Was an improved version of Bhaskara?

An improved version of Bhaskara-I, the new satellite, a quasi-spherical polyhedral, is expected to perform better and transmit a wealth of data that will be used for a variety of scientific experiments. SAMIR worked extremely well but the other major part of the Bhaskara-I experiment was a failure.

What was the purpose of Bhaskara 1 satellite?


Mission Experimental Remote Sensing
Stabilization Spin stabilized (spin axis controlled)
Payload TVcameras, three band Microwave Radiometer (SAMIR)
Launch date Jun 07,1979
Launch site Volgograd Launch Station (presently in Russia)

Is Bhaskara launched by India?

Bhaskara-1 was the first experimental remote sensing satellite built by India. To conduct earth observation experiments that would yield useful data in the areas of meteorology, hydrology and forestry using a two band TV camera system operating in Visible band (0.54 to 0.66 µm) and near infrared band (0.75 to 0.85 µm).

Who was Bhaskara first?

On 7 June 1979 the Indian Space Research Organisation launched Bhaskara I honouring the mathematician….

Bhāskara I
Born c. 600 CE
Died c. 680 CE
Nationality Chalukya
Occupation Mathematician; scientist

Which is India’s second artificial satellite?

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Launch year Satellite Importance
1992 SROSS-C It carried gamma-ray astronomy and aeronomy payload.
1992 INSAT-2A The first satellite in the second-generation Indian-built INSAT-2 series.
1993 INSAT-2B The second satellite in the INSAT-2 series.
1993 IRS-1E Earth observation satellite. Failed to achieve orbit.

What is the chief of ISRO?

Kailasavadivoo Sivan
Indian Space Research Organisation/Directors
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