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The two countries also agreed to maintain status quo in cultivation of the disputed land until an agreement is reached between the two governments.
Part of the data from TESS' initial science orbit includes a detailed picture of the southern sky taken with all four of the spacecraft's wide-field cameras, NASA said in a statement.
The PSLV injected the satellites into orbit 17 minutes and 45 seconds after liftoff and placed them in a sun-synchronous orbit 583 km from the earth.
India, France plan to launch satellite constellation for maritime surveillance: French space agency chief
The purpose of the constellation is monitoring sea traffic management, a CNES official said, adding that it would take less than five years to launch the satellites.
The launch marks the first time in nearly a decade that NASA has had a tool in orbit to measure ice sheet surface elevation across the globe.
The OS-X1, developed and produced by One Space, can reach a speed of Mach 4.5 in load flight, state-run Xinhua news agency reported.
Its data will also be used in the survey of the resources and environment of offshore waters, islands and coastal zones, marine disaster relief and the sustainable utilisation of ocean resource.
Fisheries Director S Venkatesapathy said the department has placed a proposal to purchase 1,000 sat phones from BSNL.
The SSLV, which will be ready for the market around the middle of 2019, will be able to carry satellites weighing upto 500 kgs and place them in Low Earth orbit (LEO).
The Galileo system, which will eventually have 30 satellites, is designed to compete with the US GPS used for commercial, military and other critical applications such as guiding aircraft.
Contrary to earlier reports, ISRO has decided to launch the two heavier satellites GSAT-31 and GSAT-30 on Ariane-5 to replace INSAT-4CR.
ISRO chairman K Sivan said it takes about 300 to 400 people between 45 to 60 days to prepare major satellite vehicles but the SSLV would require only 72 hours and three to six people.
TESS is expected to transmit its first series of science data back to Earth in August, and thereafter periodically every 13.5 days, once per orbit, as the spacecraft makes it closest approach to Earth
Satellite phones can work in any part of the country, inside flights and on ships too, as they depend on signals directly from satellites located about 35,700 kms above the Earth.
The state Department of Technical Education has asked all the government and aided polytechnic colleges in the state to conduct interactive classes, and also to utilise the infrastructure.