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PSLV-G: Launch history since 1993

WION Delhi, India May 05, 2017, 10.26 AM (IST)

Launch History

 

Flight Variant Launch date and time Payload mass Result
D1

PSLV-G

Maiden flight; attitude control failure at second stage separation.

20 September 1993
05:12
846 kg Failure

D2

PSLV-G 15 October 1994
05:05
804 kg Success

D3

PSLV-G 21 March 1996
04:53
920 kg Success

C1

PSLV-G

First operational flight; fourth stage under-performed resulting in lower than planned orbit. Satellite used own propulsion to move to correct orbit.    

29 September 1997
04:47
1250 kg Partial failure

C2

PSLV-G

First launch to have foreign satellites, and first to carry multiple satellites.

26 May 1999
06:22
1050 kg
45 kg
107 kg
Success

C3

PSLV-G 22 October 2001
04:53
1108 kg
94 kg
92 kg
Success
First multi-orbit mission. TES and BIRD were injected into a nominal 568 km circular sun synchronous polar orbit, PROBA was injected into a 568 X 638 km elliptical orbit. Orbit was raised using RCS thrusters on fourth stage.      

C4

PSLV-G 12 September 2002
10:23
1060 kg Success
India's first launch to GTO. GTO payload capability has reached 1200 kg from 2002 onward, compared to 1050 kg previously. First use of lightweight carbon composite payload adapter.      

C5

PSLV-G 17 October 2003
04:52
1360 kg Success
Payload capability had been progressively increased by more than 600 kg since the first PSLV launch. Launch took place despite heavy rain.      

C6

PSLV-G 5 May 2005
04:45
1560 kg
42.5 kg
Success
First PSLV launch from the second launch pad.      

C7

PSLV-G 10 January 2007
03:54
680 kg
500 kg
56 kg
6 kg
Success
First flight of hardware upgrade, first launch of reentry capsule (SRE).      

C8

PSLV-CA 23 April 2007
10:00
352 kg
185 kg
Success
First flight of the 'Core-Alone' configuration. ISRO's first commercial launch (foreign satellite as the main payload).      

C10

PSLV-CA 21 January 2008
03:45
295 kg Success
ISRO's second commercial launch (foreign satellite as the main payload).      

C9

PSLV-CA 28 April 2008
03:53
690 kg
83 kg
8 kg
6.5 kg
3.5 kg
3 kg
2.2 kg
1 kg
1 kg
0.75 kg
Success
       

C11

PSLV-XL 22 October 2008
00:52
1380 kg Success
First flight of the PSLV-XL configuration, first Indian Lunar probe.      

C12

PSLV-CA 20 April 2009
01:15
300 kg
40 kg
Success
India's first radar imaging satellite, RISAT.      

C14

PSLV-CA 23 September 2009
06:21
960 kg
8 kg
8 kg
1 kg
1 kg
1 kg
1 kg
Success
Rubin 9.1 and 9.2 intentionally remained attached to the fourth stage. SwissCube-1 was the first Swiss satellite, and ITUpSAT1 was the first satellite to be constructed in Turkey.      

C15

PSLV-CA 12 July 2010
03:52
694 kg
117 kg
6.5 kg
1 kg
0.95 kg
Success
AISSat-1 and TIsat are part of NLS-6.      

C16

PSLV-G 20 April 2011
04:42
1206 kg
106 kg
92 kg
Success
       

C17

PSLV-XL 15 July 2011
11:18
1410 kg Success
First use of Vikram flight computer.      

C18

PSLV-CA 12 October 2011
05:31
1000 kg
10.9 kg
3 kg
28.7 kg
Success
       

C19

PSLV-XL 26 April 2012
00:17
1850 kg Success
       

C21

PSLV-CA 9 September 2012
04:23
720 kg
50 kg
15 kg
Success
mRESINS tested avionics for future PSLV launches. ISRO's third commercial launch (foreign satellite as the main payload). ISRO's 100th mission.      

C20

PSLV-CA 25 February 2013
12:31
409 kg
148 kg
74 kg
14 kg
14 kg
6.5 kg
0.8 kg
Success
TUGSAT-1 and UniBRITE were the first Austrian satellites.      

C22

PSLV-XL 1 July 2013
18:11
1425 kg Success
India's first regional navigation satellite.      

C25

PSLV-XL 5 November 2013
09:08
1350 kg Success
India's first Mars mission.      

C24

PSLV-XL 4 April 2014
11:44
1432 kg Success
India's second regional navigation satellite.      

C23

PSLV-CA 30 June 2014
04:22
714 kg
15 kg
15 kg
14 kg
7 kg
Success
ISRO's fourth commercial launch (foreign satellite as the main payload).      

C26

PSLV-XL 16 October 2014
20:02
1425.4 kg Success
Seventh PSLV-XL and third Navigation Satellite launch.      

C27

PSLV-XL 28 March 2015
11:49
1425 kg Success
Eighth PSLV-XL and fourth Navigation Satellite launch.      
  PSLV-XL 10 July 2015
16:28
447 kg
447 kg
447 kg
91 kg
7 kg
Success
At the time it was the heaviest commercial mission (1439 kg) successfully accomplished using a launch vehicle assembled by ISRO.      

C30

PSLV-XL 28 September 2015
04:30
1650 kg
68 kg
5.5 kg
4 kg
4 kg
4 kg
4 kg
Success
Launch of India's first dedicated multi-wavelength space observatory and ISRO's first launch of US satellites.      

C29

PSLV-CA 16 December 2015
12:30
400 kg
123 kg
13 kg
78 kg
3.4 kg
-
Success
Commercial launch of 6 Singaporean satellites. Fourth stage re-ignition demonstrated successfully after payload deployment.      

C31

PSLV-XL 20 January 2016
04:01
1425 kg Success
IRNSS-1E, fifth navigation satellite of the seven satellites constituting the IRNSS space segment launched. It carries two types of payloads – navigation payload and ranging payload. This is the eleventh time ‘XL’ configuration is being flown.      

C32

PSLV-XL 10 March 2016
10:31
1425 kg Success

IRNSS-1F, sixth navigation satellite of the seven satellites constituting the IRNSS space segment launched. It carries two types of payloads – navigation payload and ranging payload. This is the twelfth time ‘XL’ configuration is being flown. IRNSS-1F carries Corner Cube Retroreflectors for laser ranging.
Launch initially scheduled for 10:30 was delayed by one minute to avoid space debris.

     

C33

PSLV-XL 28 April 2016
07:20
1425 kg Success
IRNSS-1G, last navigation satellite of the seven satellites constituting the IRNSS space segment launched. India's own navigational system, the set-up for which was completed will be called NAVIC (Navigation with Indian Constellation)      

C34

PSLV-XL 22 June 2016
03:55
727.5 kg 120 kg 130 kg 110 kg 25.5 kg 85 kg 1 kg 1.5 kg 12 × 4.7 kg Success
ISRO's Cartosat-2C and 19 other satellites launched.      

C35

PSLV-G 26 September 2016
03:42
371 kg
117 kg
103 kg
44 kg
10 kg
8 kg
7 kg
5.25 kg
Success
ISRO's longest PSLV satellite launch mission. First mission of PSLV in which it launched its payloads into two different orbits.      

C36

PSLV-XL 7 December 2016
04:55
1235 kg Success
       

C37

PSLV-XL 19 February 1228447:58:00 730 kg
8.4 kg
9.7 kg
1.1 kg
1.7 kg
3 kg
4.3 kg
4.2 kg
4.7 kg x 88 Nos.
4.6 kg x 8 Nos.
 
       
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