Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr The GSAT-11 is getting ready to be shipped to Kourou in French Guiana, South America, to be strapped on to the French Ariane 5 rocket in a few weeks for launch. The heaviest satellite that India has ever constructed is likewise a springboard for the nation to completely acknowledge Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Digital India program. Measuring six tons or the consolidated weight of six cars, the heavyweight interchanges satellite GSAT-11 will introduce satellite-based Internet benefits out of the blue, a help for provincial India. Satellite-based Internet will be progressive for India’s telecom division, industry investigators say. The satellite is preparing to be transported to Kourou in French Guiana, South America, to be tied on to the French Ariane 5 rocket in half a month for dispatch. The Rs. 500 crore satellite is massive to the point that each sun powered board is more than four meters in length, comparable to the extent of a stay with a tall roof. “This is our exertion of giving another ability to the nation… Satellite-based Internet is just a pointer. We require network from the Digital India viewpoint, particularly to gram panchayat, talukas and the security powers,” says space office ISRO Chairman AS Kiran Kumar. The GSAT-11 is identical to the joined energy of all interchanges satellite sent into space by India. This single winged creature resembles a group of stars of 30 of the traditional circling satellites. India enlisted the French Ariane-5 rocket on the grounds that the effective rocket can convey the substantial satellite into space. In what was viewed as a major shame to the Indian Space Research Organization, the 41st mission of the PSLV, which conveyed India’s first satellite made by the private area, flopped on August 31 a year ago as the satellite’s defensive warmth shield did not drop off. A gathering of researchers and specialists were exploring what turned out badly. ISRO has settled the issue in the warmth shield that neglected to open amid the August dispatch, murdering the satellite in space. The upcoming mission will see satellites from the US and Finland, among others, fly into space.