YouthSat is a Russian-Indian scientific-educational artificial satellite developed on the basis of an agreement between the Russian Federal Space Agency and the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). It is built using ISRO's Indian Mini Satellite-1 bus. YouthSat and Resourcesat-2 were launched on 20 April 2011 from Sriharikota, India.
The satellite was launched on April 20, 2011, by
PSLV-C16. It was injected in its target orbit along with X-Sat (Singapore), 40 seconds after injecting Resourcesat-2.
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Intelsat 18 Eutelsat W3C
Megha-Tropiques, SRMSAT, VesselSat-1, Jugnu
ViaSat-1 Thijs ,
NPP , E1P-U2 , RAX-2 , M-Cubed , DICE-1, DICE-2 , AubieSat-1
Progress M-13M (Chibis-M) Shenzhou 8 November December
Amos-5, Luch 5A
IGS Radar 3
Pléiades-HR 1A, SSOT, ELISA 1, ELISA 2, ELISA 3, ELISA 4 NigComSat-1R
Soyuz TMA-03M Ziyuan-1C
Meridian 5 Globalstar M080, Globalstar M082, Globalstar M084, Globalstar M086, Globalstar M090, Globalstar M092
Launches are separated by dots ( • ), payloads by commas ( , ), multiple names for the same satellite by slashes ( / ).
are underlined. Launch failures are marked with the † sign. Payloads deployed from other spacecraft are (enclosed in parentheses).