RISAT and Anusat First Satellite by a University In India is on.
This is first RISAT that has been launched successfully on April 20 2009 0015 hours GMT. The 300-kg radar-imaging satellite has been developed by ISRO with Israeli aerospace industry. Aiming to enhance India's defence surveillance capabilities, ISRO on Monday morning launched its first Radar Imaging Satellite (RISAT) from Sriharikota.
RISAT is different from previous remote sensing satellites as it uses Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), equipped with many antennas to receive signals that are processed into high-resolution pictures. reports ET Spy satellite RISAT takes off from Sriharikota
previously The launch of Radar Imaging Satellite (RISAT) by the Indian Space Research Organisation’s (ISRO) Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C12) from Sriharikota was rescheduled to take place in the third or fourth week of April. http://www.spacemart.com/reports/RISAT_Is_A_Home_Grown_Satellite_999.html
The RISAT launch was postponed because of the under-estimation of the time-schedule to build the rocket, informed sources in the ISRO said. The RISAT, from Israel, is a remote-sensing satellite that can take pictures of the earth, day and night.

The PSLV C-12 will also put in orbit Anusat from Anna University, Chennai. Anusat, weighing about 38 kg, will be used for amateur communication. It is the first satellite to be built by a university in India. check
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