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“Failure Analysis Committee”
Failure Analysis Committee Identifies Propellant Leak as Cause of GSLV Failure
GSLV EOS-3 booster on its way to the launch pad. (Credit: ISRO)

BENGALURU, India (ISRO PR) — The GSLV-F10/EOS-03 Mission lifted-off normally from Sriharikota on August 12,2021 at 0543 hrs after a smooth countdown of 26 hours. In the flight, the performance of the first stage (GS1), the strap-on stages (L40) and the second stage (GS2) were satisfactory and in accordance with the pre-flight predictions. However, the onboard computer aborted the mission at 307 seconds into the flight leading to mission failure.

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