Indian satellite placed in geosynchronous orbit

India`s heaviest communication satellite (GSAT-10) was Wednesday placed in the geosynchronous orbit, about 36,000 km above the earth, the Indian space agency said.

GSAT-10 placed in intermediate orbit

ISRO scientists on Sunday carried out the first critical orbit raising manoeuvre as part of efforts to place India`s latest communication satellite GSAT-10 in its final orbit.

All set for launch of heaviest Indian satellite tomorrow

Weighing some 3,400 kg at lift-off, it is Indian Space Research Organisation`s 101st space mission.

GSAT-10 to be launched on Sept 29

India`s communication satellite GSAT-10, slated to be launched early today, will now be launched on September 29 following a technical problem on board Ariane 5 launcher.

Snag defers Indian satellite launch from Kourou

A minor snag has delayed by five days to Sep 29 the launch of India`s heaviest communication satellite (GSAT-10) on board the European Ariane-5 rocket from the Kourou spaceport in French Guiana.

European rocket to launch Indian satellite GSAT-10

India`s latest communication satellite GSAT-10 is slated to be launched from Kourou in French Guiana on September 22.

GSAT-10 to be launched in 2 months: ISRO

India`s 3400-kg communication satellite GSAT-10 is now ready to be shipped to the spaceport at Kourou in French Guiana for launch by European space consortium Arianespace in two months.