A Grand Sight
The entire assembly — GSLV-F11 spacecraft and its GSAT-7A payload — are mated, awaiting transport to the launch pad.
The Final Piece
The payload fairing, holding the GSAT-7A securely inside, is mated to the GSLV-F11.
Putting the Parts Together
The multiple stages of the GSLV-F11 rocket are mated, awaiting placement of the payload fairing.
Several technicians work together to prepare the GSLV-F11 and GSAT-7A for the upcoming launch.
Closer and Closer
The GSAT-7A is encapsulated in the payload fairing, readied for the GSLV-F11 rocket.
Satellite in Tow
The GSLV-F11 carries the GSAT-7A into orbit. The satellite adds 2250 kg of weight to the rocket.
Panels of the GSAT-7A satellite are deployed, as technicians ready the tech for the trek to space.
Preparing for the Trip
Technicians prepare the GSAT-7A for it's journey to orbit on the GSLV-F11.