The number of satellites that will be launched into orbit, by PSLV C34 when it blasts off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Srikarikota in May this year. It will signal another giant leap for India’s space mission.
Number of nano-satellites weighing 4 to 30 kg that will be carried, along with 4 micro-satellites weighing 85 to 130 kg each. The primary payload will be a remote sensing satellite for India - Cartosat 2C.
satellites are being launched for foreign agencies including those from the U.S., Canada, Germany, and Indonesia. Two of the nano-satellites have been developed by the Pune Engineering College and Sathyabhama University.