The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman Kailasavadivoo Sivan said that ISRO is aiming to send 12 to 14 missions in 2019.
He said, “ISRO will launch it’s heaviest satellite GSAT 11 from French Guiana on December 5.” Then, the space agency to launch GSLV Mk-II rocket before a Chandrayaan-2 mission from Sriharikota.
“We are planning to launch GSLV F-11 rocket with GSAT-7A satellite in another three weeks,” Sivan said.
He said ISRO is having 47 operational satellites meant for applications including communication, earth observation and navigation.
He further stated that the process for Gaganyaan, a manned space mission is going in the right direction.