FP trendJuly 10, 2020 12:35:59 PM IS
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is preparing to launch the Brazilian Amazonia-1 satellite aboard the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) next month.
According to a report in the Financial Express, Amazonia-1
The launch of the Brazilian satellite has been confirmed, but there is no clarity about the date for the planned launch. A top diplomat was quoted in the report as saying that everything depends on the ISRO when it plans to launch the satellite.
The images provided by Amazonia-1 will help monitor and monitor deforestation in the Amazon region, the report adds. In the course of recent fires in the Amazon.
India and Brazil signed a framework agreement for space cooperation in January 2004. An agreement on the cooperation program between the two space agencies was also signed. Brazil then received data from the ISRO remote sensing satellite ResourceSAT-1.
The two countries also signed a collaboration agreement in July 2014 to modify a Brazilian ground station to receive and process data from the Indian Remote Sensing Satellite (IRS) series.
The agreements meant that too ISRO is obliged to provide data from its projects to the National Institute for Space Research (INPE), the Brazilian executive agency, which receives Earth observation and remote sensing data from areas under the INPE domain.
According to a headquarters, the launch of Amazonia-1 is one of the 36 space and satellite missions that ISRO has planned over the next two years Government report in March this year. These include milestone missions such as Chandrayaan-3 (a lunar lander mission) and a mission for Gaganyaan, India’s first human space mission scheduled for 2021/22.
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