Full Form of SLV :
Satellite Launch Vehicle
SLV Full Form is Satellite Launch Vehicle. SLV was the first experimental launch vehicle indigenously built by ISRO. It was successfully launched from Sriharikota High Altitude Range popularly known as SHAR in the year 1980. First, two developmental flights of SLV were failures. With the successful launch of SLV-3 India became one of the six space faring countries in the world. The satellite on board the PSLV was Rohini Satellite (or) RS-1. SLV was a four-stage vehicle which had solid propellant in all four stages. The 22 meter tall SLV had a lift off weight of 17 tons. It was capable of launching satellites weighing 40 Kg into Low Earth Orbit (LEO).
After the successful launch of SLV-3 in the year 1980, two more launches were made in the years 1981 and 1983. The success of SLV-3 has shown seeds for the most advanced launchers like ASLV (Augmented Satellite Launch Vehicle), PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) and GSLV (Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle). The Satellite Launch Vehicle, SLV, was a project of the Indian Space Research Organization (abbreviated as ISRO) that was started in the 1970s period. The project was launched for the purposes of developing technology that would effect launch of satellites. It was an attempt on the part of the ISRO and the Indian government to diminish launch support from foreign countries such as the United States of America. The project was steered by the former President of India, APJ Abdul Kalam.
The SLV was expected to reach a height of about 400 km and carry along a load of 40kg. In the year 1979, the SLV-3’s first experimental flight was launched however, it was only partly successful. The fourth, which was also the final launch until a recent launch in the year 2016, of the SLV, occurred on April 17, 1983. 33 years post launch of the last launch in the year 1979, a fifth flight of the SLV occurred on May 23, 2016. The launch was facilitated by a modified version of the SLV launcher. The new modified design of the launch incorporated latest, advanced technological improvements
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