The Indian Space Research Organization, ISRO will launch the satellite HysIS Thursday morning from its spaceport at Sriharikota.
Its workhorse rocket PSLV-C43 will lift off with the satellite at 09.58 hours on Thrusday.
30 other micro and nano-satellites of international customers from eight nations will also ride piggyback on it.
The countdown for the launch mission is progressing smoothly, as per the schedule.
The HysIS will capture the images of the whole earth in multiple frequencies with the mission life of over five years.
It can provide global coverage and provide valuable data on agriculture, forestry, geological environments, coastal zones and inland waters. This will be the second launch mission for the ISRO this month.