Isro Successfully Launches Seventh And Last Satellite For India’s Own Navigation System

IRNSS-1G was launched on PSLV-C33 from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre on the Sriharikota Island. With the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS), the country has joined the league of 5 other countries with their own navigational systems, including the US, Russia, China, and the European Union. Until now, India had been largely using the GPS developed by the US.

The IRNSS will provide information to people in India, and up to 1,500 km around the mainland. It will also give standard position service (SPS) within an accuracy of less than 20 meters to all users, and a restricted service (RS) with an accuracy of 10 meters to the military.
So let’s  do:
1. IRNSS-1G was launched on PSLV-C33 from the ______ on the Sriharikota Island.
2. Expand the terms IRNSS and SPS ?


Source – The Economics Times




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