India successfully into orbit its first space observatory

Earlier this week, on September 28, the Indian space agency ISRO successfully launched rocket PSLV-C30XL, which put into orbit six satellites, and "pearl" - the first Indian space observatory ASTROSAT. This is the space laboratory, which can operate in several frequency ranges and will be used for in-depth study by global processes in the universe and to the study of individual star systems.
Rocket PSLV-C30 was launched from the spaceport Sriharikota (Sriharikota), this is the worst missile of this class.PSLV-C30 rocket is 45 meters high and weighs 320 tons, and the first stage placed six rocket engine. Indian Space Research Organisation (Indian Space and Research Organization, ISRO) has 30 successful launch of this rocket for the period from 1994 to 2015.
Observatory Multi Wavelength Space Observatory ASTROSAT's largest satellite, into orbit by PSLV-C30. The weight of this space laboratory is 1513 kg, with payload of the rocket up to 1613 kg. ASTROSAT has five power plants operate in the visible and ultraviolet spectrum, and in lower and high-energy X-ray radiation.