GSAT-22

GSAT-22

GSLV-III TBD - 2024

ISRO is scheduled to launch a GSLV-III rocket as part of GSAT-22 Mission from Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC).

Last updated: May 10, 2024

Launch Information

Launch Information

Launch Vehicle Details

Mission NameGSAT-22
Launch SiteSatish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) SHAR
Launch VehicleGSLV-III
AgencyISRO
Launch DateTBD - 2024
An ISRO GSLV-III rocket will launch the GSAT-22 mission. The launch date is currently targeted for 2024 (UTC). GSAT-20 (also known as CMS-03 or GSAT-N2) is a communication satellite jointly being developed by Indian Space Research Organisation Satellite Centre and Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre and will be launched by a SpaceX Falcon 9. The GSAT-20 satellite is funded, owned and operated by New Space India Limited.The entire capacity onboard CMS-02 satellite will be leased to Dish TV. GSAT-20 will be a continuation of GSAT series of communication satellites. The satellite is intended to add data transmission capacity to the communication infrastructure required by Smart Cities Mission of India.

Launch Vehicle - GSLV-III

Height43.5 m
Vehicle Diameter4.0 m
Heat Shield Payload Fairing Diameter5.0 m
PLF Usable Volume110m3
Number Of Stages3
Lift Off Mass640 tonnes
Payload To LEO10000 Kg
Payload To SSO3000 Kg
Payload To GTO5000 Kg
No Of Boosters4 L40 Hs