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Augmented Satellite Launch Vehicle

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ASLV - Augmented Satellite Launch Vehicle | HISP E07 | SpaceFlight Simulator (SFS)

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Augmented Satellite Launch Vehicle | Wikipedia audio article

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An Augmented Reality experience - Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle

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ISRO - ASLV Launchers

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ISRO Satellite Launch Vehicles - Top Rocket Fleet

The Augmented Satellite Launch Vehicle or Advanced Satellite Launch Vehicle, also known as ASLV, was a five-stage solid-fuel rocket developed by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) to place 150 kg satellites into LEO. This project was started by India during the early 1980s to develop technologies needed for a payload to be placed into a geostationary orbit. Its design was based on Satellite Launch Vehicle. ISRO did not have sufficient funds for both the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle programme and the ASLV programme at the same time and the ASLV programme was terminated after the initial developmental flights. The payloads of ASLV were Stretched Rohini Satellites.
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