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IRS-1E (Indian Remote Sensing Satellite) satellite was an experimental Indian earth observing satellite, which was derived from the engineering model of IRS-1A incorporating a Monocular Electro-Optical Stereo Scanner developed by DLR, Germany, and a LISS-I camera similar to that on IRS-1A.

IRS-1E was the passenger on the maiden flight of India's PSLV-G (1) rocket, which was launched in September 1993. The launch failed and IRS-1E did not reach orbit.

Nation: India
Type / Application: Earth observation
Operator: ISRO
Contractors: ISRO
Equipment: LISS-I, MEOSS
Configuration: IRS-1 Bus
Propulsion: ?
Power: 2 deployable solar arrays, batteries
Mass: 846 kg
Satellite COSPAR Date LS Launch Vehicle Remarks
IRS 1E (IRS P1) 1993-F03 20.09.1993 Sr FLP F PSLV-G (1)


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