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GSAT-3, also known as EDUSAT, was a communications satellite which was launched on 20 ... Jump up to: "GSAT 3 (EDUSAT) Satellite details 2004-036A NORAD 28417". Launch sequence · Solar array deployment
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What is the purpose of EDUSAT?
GSAT-3, known as EDUSAT is meant for distant class room education from school level to higher education. This was the first dedicated "Educational Satellite" that provide the country with satellite based two way communication to class room for delivering educational materials.
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When was EDUSAT launched?
September 20, 2004
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Sep 20, 2004 · GSAT 3 (EDUSAT) is classified as: Geostationary · TV. NORAD ID: 28417. Int'l Code: 2004-036A Perigee: 36,057.0 km. Apogee: 36,096.6 km
GSAT-3, launched from Satish Dhawan Space Centre, India (Formerly Sriharikota Launching Range) in 2004.
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EDUSAT was successfully launched into a Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit on the first operational launch of the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle, which flew ...
GSAT-3, known as EDUSAT is meant for distant class room education from school level to higher education. This was the first dedicated "Educational ...
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GSLV Mk I launched with GSAT-3 from First Launch Pad, Satish Dhawan Space Centre, India on Monday Sep 20, 2004 at 10:31 UTC.
GSAT-3. GSLV. Indian Space Research Organization. Launch Status. Success. Mon · Sep 20th, 2004 6:31 AM EDT. Location. Satish Dhawan Space Centre First  ...