Indian Space organization ISRO is set to launch 36 Web Satellites in 2023. It will be an another record for ISRO

The flight acceptance hot test of a CE-20 engine, according to the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), was successful for 25 seconds.

This engine will be utilized for the LVM3-M3 mission, which will launch the following 36 OneWeb India-1 satellites, according to ISRO.

The LVM3 spacecraft's CE-20 engine, which uses a mix of liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen (LOX-LH2) propellants, powers the C25 stage, the cryogenic upper stage.

The hardware's integrity was checked during the flying acceptance test, and the subsystems' performance was assessed.

Analysis of the test data confirmed the engine systems' respectable performance. This is truly a accivement.

The commercial branch of ISRO, NewSpace India Ltd (NSIL), has a deal with the company to launch 72 satellites throughout two launches

On October 23, the LVM3 rocket, also known as the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle MkIII, launched from the Sriharikota rocket port in Andhra Pradesh.