India and France working: India and France are working on the third joint satellite mission. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and the French space agency CNES have studied the suitability of observing the Earth through the high-quality thermal infrared imaging satellite ‘Trishna’.
Both countries are now working towards finalizing this joint mission. Earlier, ISRO and CNES have carried out ‘Megha Tropics’ in 2011 and the ‘Saral Altika’ mission in 2013.
“Bilateral space cooperation between India and France is entering many fields, including manned space flight,” ISRO chairman K Sivan said at an event.
Many French companies want to use the recent reforms in the space sector created by the Indian government. France is a major partner of India in space.
Both countries are currently working on a third mission. In which the Earth will be viewed through Trishna (High-Resolution Thermal Infrared Imaging Satellite for Natural Resource Assessment).
According to ISRO officials, the two space agencies have also finalized all interface control documents. For the adjustment of CNES’s Argos instrument to ISRO’s Oshensat-3 satellite. There is talk of Sailor (Indian Navigation Satellite System) building stations in France, and installation of CNES scintillation receivers in India.
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