Flight of GSLV –D5 launching mission by ISRO

Are you looking for the live telecasting on TV channels and online streaming details of the launching mission of GSLV- D5 Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle GSAT 14, which is going to began at 04:18 p.m IST( Indian Standard Time)on January 5, 2014 at Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR, Sriharikota by ISRO? Doordarshan National DD1 television channel will telecast live and online streaming is available on YouTube. Go through the below article for more details of GSLV – D5 GSAT -14 launching mission.

ISRO, Indian Space Research Organization will launch the flight of GSLV –D5, Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle GSAT -14 mission at 04:18 p.m IST (Indian Standard Time) Sunday January 5, 2014 from Satish Dhawan Space Centre, SHAR Sriharikota, AndhraPradesh. It will be a test for ISRO, Indian Space Research Organization as in past ISRO has faced two back-to-back failures in the launch of GSLV flights in year 2010. Here below the live telecasting, online streaming, and brief details of GSLV D-5 mission are given.

Live telecasting on TV channels and online streaming of ISRO's GSLV – D5 launching mission

  • The launching mission will be available live on television channels and online streaming on websites. Doordarshan National DD1 television channel will live telecast the GSLV –D5 launching on Sunday 05, 2014.

  • Individuals can watch the online streaming of GSLV – D5 launching mission at http://www.youtube.com/DoordarshanNational

  • The live telecasting and streaming will start at 03:45 p.m IST (Indian Standard Time) and 10:15 a.m GMT. The count down for the GSLV D-5 will began at 11:18 a.m IST.

  • GSLV D-5 GSAT-14 mission

    The flight or rocket sued in GSLV D-5 GSAT-14 contains the overall height of 49.13 meter, lift off mass is 414.75 tons, lift –off thrust is 6773 kilo Newton and the numbers of stages are 3. Cryogenic technology will be used in the GSLV D-5 launch mission; technology sues liquid hydrogen at -235 degree Celsius and liquid oxygen at -283 degree Celsius.

    Track record of SHAR Sriharikota for launching of GSLV flights

    Well out of seven GSLV flight launches in past from Sriharikota space centre along with the first in 2001 and four have been failed. The Sunday's launching mission is crucial and vital for ISRO as the Chandrayaan -2 mission, which is, scheduled for year 2016 an indigenous cryogenic stage GSLV.

    Not only Indians but also worldwide nations are eagerly waiting for the flight launch of GSLV D-5 mission, the successful launch of GSLV D-5 in orbit will certainly registers India's name in the field of Space Technology along with world's top countries.


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