Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle the (GSLV) Mark-III
Meet Pacific Joint Space Facility Pty Ltd and Australia’s first Heavy Lift Launch Vehicle the ISRO – Indian Space Research Organization made Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle the (GSLV) Mark-III, It can put satellites weighing 4 tonnes in space, to geostationary orbits of 36,000 km. It is also a Crew Vehicle that features an Indian cryogenic third stage and a higher payload capacity than the current GSLV. It will also employ advanced spacecraft technologies including bus subsystem experiments in electrical propulsion system, indigenous Li-ion battery and indigenous bus bars for power distribution, among others. Set for operations in late Nov 2024 out of Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia. Bringing Australia and India closer together, special thanks to goes to our Professor Elangovan Rajagopalan our PJSF Consultant in India and teacher at KCG College of Technology ????