All preparations are on in full swing for the launch of India’s seventh navigation satellite IRNSS 1G on-board PSLV from the Sathish Dhawan Space Centre Sriharikota. 
The launch is scheduled at 12:50 this afternoon. The countdown has been progressing smoothly as per schedule at the Sathish Dhawan space centre at Sriharikota which is situated 90 kms from Chennai. 
India will be joining the elite group of countries which have their own navigation system technology to cater to the mammoth navigational needs. 
The satellite with a design life span of 12 years has two payloads for navigation and ranging. While many countries in the world have more than 20 satellites in serving the navigational purpose Indian scientists can boast of by achieving the goal by launching the seventh satellite which in a way completes the constellation which was earlier planned.

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