Indian `military` satellite put into earth`s orbit

India`s first `military` satellite was Wednesday put into the geosynchronous orbit, about 36,000 km above the earth, five days after it was launched Aug 30 onboard an European rocket from Kourou in French Guiana off the Pacific coast.

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-12 placed in geosynchronous orbit

On July 15, PSLV-C17 injected GSAT-12 into an elliptical transfer orbit.

GSAT-8 placed in geosynchronous orbit

GSAT-8 is presently located at 47 degree East longitude and is being moved towards 55 degree East.