ISRO RH-560 Sounding Rocket Launched to detect differences in wind

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ISRO RH-560: The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has taken another step forward. The RH560 sounding rocket was launched from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota on Friday evening.

ISRO RH-560 sounding rocket: The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has taken another step forward. The RH560 sounding rocket was launched from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota on Friday evening. ISRO announced that the experiment was carried out to find out the differences in neutral winds at different altitudes and the details of plasma kinetics. It is natural to launch sounding rockets for space exploration to learn the weather details of the environment. One or two-stage solid-fuel rockets. These sounding rockets are used to test the performance of carrier ships, satellite subsystems, or prototypes of new equipment.

ISRO currently has three similar-sounding rockets. RH200, RH300 Mark2, RH560 Mark2 rockets can carry payloads of 80 to 100 kg. Can travel from 80 km to 475 km altitude. In 1965, ISRO launched the first sounding rocket. Making them domestically. It is a privilege for ISRO to conduct another test just days after the successful completion of the PSLVC51 test. However, this is the complete opposite of that experiment. Although the rocket launched here is not the type to carry the latest rocket satellites.

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