- The launch vehicle is the Ariane-5 rocket which will blast off from the European Spaceport in Kouru, France
- The GSAT-30 joins the list of 24 other satellites to be launched by the Ariane rocket of Arianespace - the commercial division of the European Space Agency
- The GSAT-30 would be the first Indian satellite from ISRO this year and has been touted to solidify India's telecommunication services for the next 15 years
In its first mission for this year, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is all set to launch the GSAT-30 satellite. The high-powered communications satellite will be launched onboard ...
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