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Gift set curated with inspiration from the PSLV. VYOM | ISRO Rockets Gift Set.
- The set consists of one PSLV Mug, one PSLV 108 Pages mySPACE Notebook and one PSLV Fridge Magnet.
- A designer printed ceramic PSLV mug - Inspire yourself with every cuppa of your favourite warm beverage! The PSLV can handle far higher temperatures as it soars out of earth's atmosphere! mySPACE — PSLV Notebook :: 108 pages of pure fun and inspiration. Flip pages of the book and watch the PSLV take-off into "space"! Express yourself in these 108 pages — through words, numbers, circles, mandalas, pie charts, doodles and more! Inspired by PSLV, ISRO's warhorse rocket, launch vehicle that has put many a satellite into their orbits in space! This notebook has 108 pages with 4 types of pages (single line, square dots, circular dots, plain) that make your imagination blossom! A PSLV fridge magnet - Your daily inspirations as your reach out for the food in your fridge! Elegant artwork that shows off the aerodynamic build of the PSLV with its own food of fire!
- A perfect gift set
ISRO is the pioneer of Space Technology in the world and has many missions that include the SLV, PSLV & GSLV Rocket Programs.
The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) is a third-generation rocket launcher designed, manufactured and operated by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). It comes in the category of medium-lift launchers with a reach up to various orbits, including the GeoSynchronous Transfer Orbit, Lower Earth Orbit, and Polar Sun Synchronous Orbit. All the operations of PSLV are controlled from the Satish Dhawan Space Center, Sriharikota, east coast, India.
PSLV has a four-stage system comprising a combination of solid and liquid-fuelled rocket stages. The first stage at the very bottom is solid fuelled, having six strap-on solid rocket boosters wrapped around it. Second stage is liquid fuelled whereas the third stage has a solid fuelled rocket motor. At the fourth stage, the launcher uses a liquid propellant to boost in outer space.
As of September 2015, 87 satellites have been successfully launched by PSLV including 51 foreign and 36 Indian satellites into various orbits. Some remarkable launches by PSLV are Chandrayaan-1 (First Indian lunar probe), Mangalyaan-1 (First Mars Orbiter Mission by India) and Astrosat (First Indian dedicated multi-wavelength space observatory).
Be Inspired, everyday!