India is completing 75 years of independence where under Amrit Mahotsav being celebrated across the country by Modi Sarkar, ISRO has also launched a satellite named Azadisat along with it. The Azaadi satellite has been made by the daughters of India. The weight of this satellite is 7.5 kg. It has been prepared by 750 girl students of 75 schools living in different parts of the country. For the Amrit Mahotsav being celebrated on the 75th Independence Day of Independence, on the other hand it also shows the women power of the country and the participation of daughters in the future of the country.
Developed by 750 girl students from across India, AzadiSat is the result of ISRO inspiring girls to take up Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The eight-kilogram CubeSat carrying 75 different payloads, each weighing around 50 grams, will conduct fem-experiments.
School principal Charu Patel said that ISRO will launch the satellite. The girls left for ISRO.ATL mentor Himani Tiwari said that the responsibility of the satellite's sensor unit, electronics and programming was with the school. The team that prepared the satellite included Ridhima Singh, Anshika Chaudhary, Sneha Gupta, Anushka Gupta, Anushka Singh, Tanya Solanki, Megha Sharma, Ayesha Ali and Bhaumika Sisodia.
The objective of this SSLV was to place the satellite EOS-02 and AzadiSat in low earth orbit. To create a niche in carrying out successful missions through its dependable Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV), Geostationary Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV). After this, ISRO carried out the first launch from the Small Satellite Launch Vehicle (SSLV), which will be used to place satellites in low Earth orbit.