40th Indian Communication Satellite GSAT-31 Ready to Launch


Indian communication satellite GSAT-31 will be launched from the Ariane Rocket of the European company Arianespace from the launch site French Guyana on February 5. Arianespace centre, Rocket Ariane 5 takes authority for launch after the launch readiness review. Say, the life span of GSAT-31 is 15 years.

Ku-band will increase transponder capacity. The rocket ready to transport two satellites- Saudi geostationary satellite 1/ Hellas set 4 and GSAT-31. Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched 2,535 Kilograms of GSAT-31 satellite which is the 40th satellite for communication and it will Increase Ku-band capability in geostationary orbit.