The Indian Space Research Organization is all set to launch the country’s sixth navigation satellite IRNSS-1F today, on board the trusted launch vehicle PSLV C-32. The lift off will take place from the second launch pad of the Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikotta, India’s spaceport at 4 pm. 
The 54-and-a-half hour countdown for the mission that started on Tuesday morning is continuing as planned. This will form part of the home-grown seven satellite Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System to provide accurate position information services, similar to the GPS in the whole country and upto 1500 km around it. 

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