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Resourcesat-2 sends first set of imagery

Chennai, India: Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) received the first set of high quality images covering nearly 3000 km stretch of the Indian landmass from Resourcesat-2, the country’s second remote sensing satellite.

“The initial phase of operations on the satellite has been completed successfully. The first imagery covering about 3000 km stretch of Indian landmass from Joshimut in Uttarakhand to Kannur in Kerala was received and processed at the National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC) Earth Station at Shadnagar near Hyderabad,” stated ISRO’s press statement.

Source: Hindustan Times