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[其他发射] 2015年9月28日12:30,印度首颗天文科学卫星Astrosat等7星由PSLV-XL成功发射

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jingyan66 发表于 2008-11-13 10:29 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
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发射时间: 2015-09-28/12:30 (GMT+8)
运载工具: PSLV-XL
有效载荷(国籍): ASTROSAT(india), LAPAN-A2(Indonesia), NLS-14 (Ev9) (Canada), 4*LEMUR(US)
发射场(国籍): 萨迪什亚万(印度)
工位: FLP
状态: 发射成功
轨道类型及参数: 650km@8度
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印度将于2009年发射首颗天文科学卫星



    【据《国际飞行》杂志2008年11月10日报道】印度首颗利用X射线和紫外波长观测宇宙的天文科学卫星Astrosat计划于2009年搭乘印度太空研究组织(ISRO)的四级极轨卫星运载火箭发射。

    ISRO称,Astrosat将定位到650千米高、轨道倾角8°的轨道位置。这颗卫星的科学目标是:对X射线双星、超新星遗迹、银河系系核和星系团进行光谱研究。

    ISRO还计划发射一颗被称为Aditya的小型探测器。Aditya探测器计划于2012年发射,旨在研究太阳日冕。
 楼主| jingyan66 发表于 2009-1-9 08:53 | 显示全部楼层

Astrosat的发射时间为今年年底

India to launch 'unique' satellite to study distant galaxies


Sagar Kulkarni

Shillong, Jan 7 (PTI) India's space agency along with astronomers from across the country will launch a "unique" satellite later this year to study distant galaxies and black holes.

The Astrosat, scheduled for launch towards the end of the year, will be the country's first satellite entirely dedicated to astronomy.

Astronomers are excited about the prospects thrown up by the Astrosat which is expected to give India an edge in observing the universe.

"The Astrosat will carry the best ultraviolet telescope ever flown," Dipankar Bhattacharya, a senior astrophysicist with the Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA) told PTI on the sidelines of the 96th Indian Science Congress here.

Besides IUCAA, premier institutions like the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Indian Institute of Astrophysics (IIA), Raman Research Institute and Physical Research Laboratory will also be participating in the Astrosat project which is funded by the Indian Space Research Organisation.

The satellite will be a multi-wavelength observatory in space with instruments surveying the sky in ultraviolet, soft x-rays and hard x-rays bands.

Scientists claim that the Astrosat have the best spectroscopic instrument to study hard x-rays which would be 10 times more sensitive than the current instruments on the Integra and Rossini missions.

PTI
 楼主| jingyan66 发表于 2009-2-19 15:36 | 显示全部楼层
India Works With University Of Leicester On First National Astronomy Satellite



                               
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Astrosat will carry five instruments to observe exotic objects such as black holes, neutron stars, and active galaxies at a number of different wavelengths simultaneously, from the ultraviolet band to energetic x-rays.


Leicester, UK (SPX) Feb 05, 2009

India's first national Astronomy satellite - Astrosat - is to have key components assembled by the University of Leicester.

A team of engineers from the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai, has arrived at the University of Leicester's Space Research Centre to progress work on the satellite which is due for launch in 2009.

The team, who will be in Leicester until Friday 6th February, will work on the next phase of the mission, when hardware manufactured in India arrives in Leicester for inspection, testing and assembly into a space qualified X-ray camera.

Guy Peters, Astrosat SXT Project Manager UK, said: "In several months, when the camera has been assembled and the Leicester built detector assembly and control electronics installed, it will be tested to space qualified standards and shipped back to India for integration into the spacecraft."

Mr Sangam Sinha from the Tata Institute added: "Astrosat is critical to the Indian space programme as it is the first satellite entirely dedicated to the pursuit of science. Astrosat also forms the beginning of a long term collaboration between TIFR and the University of Leicester through which it is hoped that many more missions will be undertaken jointly by the Indian and UK teams."

Astrosat will carry five instruments to observe exotic objects such as black holes, neutron stars, and active galaxies at a number of different wavelengths simultaneously, from the ultraviolet band to energetic x-rays.

The camera was designed by the University of Leicester and the manufacture of the hardware components was undertaken by the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research.

In addition to the manufacture of the camera hardware, the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research has built the main telescope body and mirror. The University of Leicester is to assemble the camera, support the project through consultancy and calibrate the camera at the Space Research Centre.

The University of Leicester Space Research Centre was asked to undertake the SXT camera development because of its track record in spacecraft design, in missions such as Swift and XMM-Newton and the experience gained from its CCD laboratory programmes.

The delegation from the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research currently visiting Leicester includes:

Mr. Sangam Sinha - Chief Engineer - Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research.

Mr. Harshit Shah - Astrosat Mechanical Engineer - Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research.
 楼主| jingyan66 发表于 2009-4-23 09:53 | 显示全部楼层

印度首颗天文科学卫星ASTROSAT将于2010年中发射

ASTROSAT to be launched in mid-2010


Wednesday, April 22, 2009 : 1230 Hrs    Hindu

Mumbai (PTI): India's Astronomy satellite, ASTROSAT, which would facilitates study of a range of astrophysical objects, is likely to be launched in mid-2010, scientists from Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) said here.

The scientists have completed the developmental phase of complex science payloads and have just begun integrating them before delivery for the 1650 kg satellite.

"The big challenge was that of design of a satellite attitude control system that will enable accurate control of the pointing of the instruments towards a specific direction in the sky," scientists from TIFR told PTI.

ASTROSAT project is a collaborative effort of a number of reserch institutions, including the Mumbai-based TIFR.

The challenges in the design of payloads and Attitude Control System have been overcome and in a recent review committee meeting, it was decided that the delivery of the payload to ISRO satellite Centre will begin from the middle of this year and continue till early next year to enable the launch ASTROSAT in 2010 using ISRO workhorse PSLV.

The Astrosat will be in an equatorial orbit with inclination of about 8 degrees or less. Two star trackers and gyros will be used for the pointing control of the satellite.

Orbiting at 600 km above the earth's surface, the ASTROSAT satellite costing about Rs 200 crore, will have a lifespan of at least five years.

This would facilitate study of astrophysical objects ranging from nearby solar system objects to distant stars and objects at cosmological distances, scientists actively working on the instrumentation said.

Out of the five science payloads for this multi-wavelength satellite observatory, three X-ray instruments are developed by TIFR.

The Ultra-Violet Imaging Instrument has been developed jointly by Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore and Inter-university centre for astronomy and astrophysics, Pune with the involvement of TIFR.

The photon counting detectors of this instrument have been developed jointly by the Indian team and the Canadian Space Agency as a science collaboration. The fifth instrument namely X-ray Sky Monitor is being made by ISRO Satellite Centre and is in advanced stages of fabrication and assembly.

Astrosat will carry five instruments to observe exotic objects such as black holes, neutron stars, and active galaxies at a number of different wavelengths simultaneously, from the visible and ultraviolet band to energetic x-rays.

The scientist said that, with the confidence developed by the scientific community in the making of payloads for the large mission ASTROSAT, discussions are taking place for the development and launch of smaller size satellites for astronomy and other areas of science in the near future.

Its other objectives included broadband spectroscopic studies of galaxy clusters and stellar coronae, studies of periodic and non-periodic variability of x-ray sources, monitoring intensity of known sources and detecting outbursts and luminosity variations, the scientists said.

Once begins orbiting in the sky, it is capable of gathering 420 gigabits of data every day that can be down loaded in 10 to 11 orbits visible at Tracking and Data receiving center of ISRO in Bangalore.

Other institutes involved in the project are Raman Research Institute, Bangalore, India Space Research Organisation, Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore, Inter-University Center for Astrophysics, Pune, Bhabha Atomic Reserch Centre, Mumbai, S.N Bose National Centre for Basic Science, Kolkata, Canadian Space Agency.
 楼主| jingyan66 发表于 2009-4-29 17:18 | 显示全部楼层

印可能在明年年中发射“天文星”

2009年04月28日   中国探月网

  印度报业托拉斯4月22日报道说,塔塔基础研究院科学家已表示,印度的“天文星”卫星可能会在2010年年中发射。科学家们已完成了卫星复杂科学有效载荷研制阶段的工作,并开始进行有效载荷集成。科学家称,该项目的一大挑战是卫星姿控系统设计。该系统可对仪器指向进行精确控制。卫星将由“极轨卫星运载器”发射。

  “天文星”将部署到倾角约为8度或更小的赤道轨道上,轨道高度600公里,寿命至少为5年。指向控制将采用两台星跟踪器及陀螺。项目耗资约20亿卢比。该卫星将有肋于研究近处的太阳系天体以及距离非常遥远的恒星和其它天体,如黑洞、中子星和活动星系。星上载有5台科学有效载荷,其中3台X射线仪器由塔塔基础研究院研制。卫星每天能采集420吉比的数据。
shaolin1254 发表于 2009-4-30 13:03 | 显示全部楼层
印度的这颗天文星到底装啥载荷呀。。。。。。。。。。
speed 发表于 2009-4-30 16:59 | 显示全部楼层
印度天文学卫星ASTROSAT将于2010年中发射

      [据印度托拉斯报业(PTI)2009年4月24日报道]  用以研究天体物理学目标的印度天文学卫星ASTROSAT预计于2010年中旬发射。这颗卫星将推动从近太阳系到遥远行星范围的天体物理学目标的研究。
  
  ASTROSAT项目由多个研究机构共同协作完成。科学家们已完成了综合科学有效载荷研发阶段的工作,并已开始将其集成到重1650千克的卫星上。期间遇到的重大挑战是一个卫星姿态控制系统的设计。目前正在接受评审委员会的审核。该项目的有效载荷预计将在2009年中旬至2010年初交付印度太空研究组织(ISRO)卫星中心,以确保ASTROSAT能在2010年搭乘印度本土研制的极轨卫星运载火箭(PSLV)发射升空。
  
  卫星成本约20亿卢比,使用寿命至少5年。它将在距地600千米高的轨道上运行,携带五个仪器用以同时从可视波段和紫外线波段到高能X射线等不同波长范围内观测特殊目标,如黑洞、中子星、活动星系等。卫星进入轨道后,能够每天收集420GB的数据。(中国航天工程咨询中心 陈菲 曲佳)
 楼主| jingyan66 发表于 2009-5-31 17:23 | 显示全部楼层
印度的这颗天文星到底装啥载荷呀。。。。。。。。。。
shaolin1254 发表于 2009-4-30 13:03


装了5项载荷:
astrosat_folded_large.jpg astrosat_table.jpg
 楼主| jingyan66 发表于 2009-5-31 17:23 | 显示全部楼层
shaolin1254 发表于 2009-5-31 19:20 | 显示全部楼层
俺们的天文星再不发,可真要没脸见人了,
whucsm 发表于 2009-6-1 09:50 | 显示全部楼层
HXMT什么进度太拖了……
 楼主| jingyan66 发表于 2009-6-30 16:05 | 显示全部楼层

印度首颗天文科学卫星Astrosat发射推迟至2011年

Monday, June 29, 2009 : 1845 Hrs       Hindu

IIA developing payload for ISRO's solar mission "Aditya"


Tiruchirappalli (PTI): The Bangalore-based Indian Institute of Astrophysics was developing a payload for Indian Space Research Organisation's proposed solar mission Aditya to study the Sun's outermost region corona, a scientist of the institute said on Monday.

The payload would be included in Aditya, a mini satellite, being developed by ISRO to study emissions taking place in the Sun during solar maxim, Prof S Chatterjee told reporters here.

On the solar telescope, the country's largest, to be installed by the IIA in the Himalayan ranges to study Sun, he said it would be located in Ladakh District of Jammu and Kashmir and the exact site would be finalised shortly.

He said the IIA was also involved in development of an ultra Violet imaging instrument which would be one of the five science payloads for the country's astronomy satellite ASTROSAT, which would facilitate study of a range of astrophysical objects, proposed for launch in 2011.

The images and data generated by the instrument would lead to new vistas of research in astro-physics, he added.

Chatterjee was in the city in connection with celebration of international year of astronomy at the Anna Science Centre.
 楼主| jingyan66 发表于 2009-9-1 09:54 | 显示全部楼层

印度首颗天文科学卫星Astrosat明年发射

Mars mission still on track: Isro


TNN 1 September 2009, 04:17am IST

PANAJI: The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) has scheduled its mission to orbit Mars sometime between 2013 and 2015, Isro scientists said  on Monday.

Speaking to the media after the inaugural of the Eight International Conference on Low Cost Planetary Missions here, Isro chairperson G Madhavan Nair said that international space agencies have also been invited to join in conducting experiments in outer space.

“We have given a call to international agencies to submit their proposals. We will be able to plan our mission depending on the type of experiments they propose to conduct,” he said. The Mars Orbiter will explore the red planet with regard to the effect of solar wind, studies of its surface magnetic field and a search for palaeowater (groundwater that has remained in an aquifer for millennia).

“This mission is still at the conceptual stage. We get an opportunity to conduct a Mars mission only once in two years and we have scheduled ours between 2013 and 2015,” Nair said. He said that efforts would be made to bring down the cost of the Mars mission, as was done with the Chandrayaan-1 mission, which cost less than $100 million. However, there are other plans for the near future. Nair said India is scheduled to launch Astrosat, a satellite-based orbiting astronomical laboratory next year.

The Astrosat mission will involve sending a satellite with a state-of-the-art observatory and will facilitate the study of astrophysical objects ranging from nearby solar system objects to distant stars and objects at cosmological distances.
 楼主| jingyan66 发表于 2009-12-6 21:41 | 显示全部楼层

印度首颗天文科学卫星Astrosat明年发射

Astrosat all set to be launched next year: Isro


Press Trust Of India / Mumbai December 06, 2009, 0:20 IST

India’s first science satellite Astrosat is all set to be launched next year, former chairman of Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) Madhavan Nair said today.

One more satellite ‘Aditya’ to study Sun’s coronal mass ejection (CME) would be launched in two years while the science mission to planet Mars by 2013, Nair said, addressing a galaxy of scientists from India and abroad and the student community at the Grand Finale function of Bhabha Centenary celebrations, which concluded today.

The multi-wavelength astronomy mission Astrosat on an Indian remote sensing satellite-class satellite in a 650-km, near-equatorial orbit would be launched next year, he said, adding it will be launched by the Indian launch vehicle PSLV from the Sriharikota launchpad. The expected operating life time of the satellite will be of five years.

'Adiyta' will be launched in next two years to study the properties of CMEs, that are gigantic bubbles of electrified gas that billow away from the Sun.
qiugb 发表于 2009-12-6 21:56 | 显示全部楼层
阿三真厉害鸟
shaolin1254 发表于 2009-12-7 00:33 | 显示全部楼层
明年再关注具体消息
 楼主| jingyan66 发表于 2010-3-6 19:30 | 显示全部楼层

印度首颗天文科学卫星Astrosat将于2012年发射

Astronomy satellite 'astrosat' to be launched in two years


Thiruvananthapuram | Thursday, Mar 4 2010 IST

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman K Radhakrishnan today said that Astrosat, India's first dedicated astronomy satellite would be launched in two years.

Addressing a gathering in connection with the inauguration of Technical Festival ''Conscentia'', organized by Indian Institute of Space Sciences and Technology, here, he said the finding of water substance on moon by the Chandrayan Mission was a great pride to the country.

Regarding the successful launching of three-tone sounding rocket, he said it was tested as part of ISRO's innovative system of fuels.

. It carried a passive scramjet engine combustor module as a test bed for demonstration of Air- Breathing propulsion technology, he added.

Earlier, former President A P J Abdul Kalam inaugurated the festival and said that it could be a meeting place for exchange of fresh ideas, nurturing innovation and creativity, fostering team work and above all formation of new approaches for multi-disciplinary approaches for your and country's benefit.

''Your knowledge and energy could be great catalysts for accelerated growth with a human face,'' he added. For accelerating the economic growth, we have to establish a societal grid consisting of Knowledge Grid, Health Grid, e-Governance Grid and the PURA Grid , he said.
 楼主| jingyan66 发表于 2010-9-23 11:39 | 显示全部楼层

印度首颗天文科学卫星Astrosat将于2011年发射

First astrosat to be launched by Isro next year

Prashanth G N, TNN, Sep 23, 2010, 04.08am IST


BANGALORE: Isro's Byalalu campus, 30km from Bangalore off Mysore Road, is a space powerhouse now. It has been readied to undertake India's first astronomy mission, Astrosat, under which Isro will launch the country's first dedicated astronomy satellite in 2011.

Earlier, Byalalu had helped India coast through its first Moon mission Chandrayaan-1. It also houses India's Deep Space Network (IDSN).

S K Shivakumar, director of Isro's ISTRAC centre which oversees the Byalalu campus, said, ''Byalalu is ready for India's first dedicated astronomy mission. The building, technology and equipment to handle the mission are ready. Isro has installed technology for the Astrosat mission that is comparable to the best in the world. Isro developed, designed and installed all infrastructure on its own.''
kktt 发表于 2010-9-23 21:03 | 显示全部楼层
阿三要抢先了
rottenweed 发表于 2010-9-24 18:05 | 显示全部楼层
或许对HXMT是个好消息呢?
没点压力也不行。
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