India successfully launched a communication satellite

New Delhi, December 17 Indian Space Research Organization announced on December 17 that India successfully launched a communication satellite code named cms-01 that day. < p > < p > according to the Indian space research organization, at 15:41 local time, a PSLV polar satellite carrier rocket was launched from the Satish Dawan Space Center on Sri Lanka island in southeastern India. Indian Space Research Organization Chairman Xi Wang later announced that the cms-01 satellite carried by the rocket successfully entered the scheduled orbit, and congratulated the staff who participated in the launch. < / P > < p > cms-01 is India’s 42nd communication satellite, which will provide C-band extended band service for India in the future. Indian Space Research Organization said that the C-band extended band coverage will include the Indian mainland, Andaman Nicobar Islands and Laksa islands.