Advanced Satellite Launch Vehicle

Augmented Satellite Launch Vehicle

Augmented Satellite Launch Vehicle
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Pays d'origine Inde Inde
Premier vol 24 Mai 1987
Dernier vol 4 Mai 1994
Lancements réussis 1
Lancements ratés 2
Hauteur 24 mètres
Diamètre 1 mètre
Poids au décollage 41000Kg
Nombre d'étage(s) 5
Charge utile en LEO 150Kg


L'Augmented Satellite Launch Vehicle (abrégé ASLV, en indien संवर्धित उपग्रह प्रक्षेपण यान, aussi nommé Advanced Satellite Launch Vehicle), était un lanceur spatial de 5 étages fonctionnant au combustible solide.

Capable de placer en orbite à 400Km une charge utile de 150kg, ce projet a été initié par l'Agence spatiale indienne (ISRO) pendant les années 80.

Il est le descendant du SLV.

Sommaire

Liste des vols

Date Fusée Charge utile Résultat
24 mars 1987 3 D1 SROSS A (150Kg) Échec
12 july 1988 3 D2 SROSS B (150Kg) Échec
20 mai 1992 3 D3 SROSS C (106Kg) Échec partiel
4 mai 1994 3 D4 SROSS C2 (113Kg) Succès

Voir aussi

Liens internes

Liens externes

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