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The Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System1A was slated to be launched on board homegrown rocket PSLVC22 on June 12 at 01:01 hrs from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh.
The IRNSS1A Satellite had gone through all electrical checks and was ready for propellant filling. The launch vehicle was fully integrated and was undergoing electrical checks. During the checks, an anomaly was observed in one of the electrohydraulic control actuators in the second stage. It has been decided to replace this actuator.
The replacement needs two weeks of activity at the launch pad and the Vehicle Assembly Area. Accordingly, the launch of PSLVC22/IRNSS1A is delayed by a fortnight, says a press release from Indian Space Research Organisation ISRO.
The IRNSS is an independent regional navigation satellite system designed to provide position accuracy better than 10 metres over India and the region extending about 1,500 km around India. It will provide an accurate real time position, navigation and time PNT services to users on a variety of platforms with 24×7 service availability under all weather conditions.