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ISRO Nano Satellites

ISRO Nano Satellites (INS) is a versatile and modular Nano satellite bus system envisioned for future science and experimental payloads. With a capability to carry up to 3 kg of payload and a total satellite mass of 11 kg, it offers immense opportunities for future use. The INS system is developed as a co-passenger satellite to accompany bigger satellites on PSLV launch vehicle. Its primary objectives include providing a standard satellite bus for launch on demand services and providing opportunity to carry innovative payloads.

The primary objectives of INS system are to:

  • Design and develop a low cost modular Nano satellite
  • Provide an opportunity for ISRO technology demonstration payloads
  • Provide a standard bus for launch on demand services
  • Provide an opportunity to carry innovative payloads for Universities / R&D laboratories

PSLV-C37 carried two ISRO Nano Satellites – INS-1A and  INS-1B  as co-passenger satellites, which was launched on Feb 15, 2017.  INS-1C  was launched by PSLV-C40 on Jan 12, 2018, as a co-passenger satellite.