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ISRO satellites join search operations to locate missing AN-32 aircraft

ISRO satellites join search operations to locate missing AN-32 aircraft

India’s military and satellite resources have been deployed to trace an Indian Air Force’s missing Antonov An-32 transport aircraft. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has pressed into service to hunt for the missing aircraft. The IAF, in a tweet, said, ISRO’s earth observation satellites Cartosat and RISAT are taking images of the area where the aircraft disappeared. The Indian Air Force has deployed Sukhoi-30 combat aircraft, C-130 Special Ops aircraft, AN-32, Mi-17 and ALH helicopters to locate the aircraft.

Indian Navy P-8 I aircraft also joined the search operations yesterday. All possible assistance is being provided by the Army, Navy, Police and administration in the operation. The Indian Air Force An-32 aircraft went missing on Monday afternoon after taking off from Jorhat in Assam with 13 people on board.

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