It was only days back when ISRO created history with the launch of Chandrayaan-3. Today, ISRO scaled another landmark. On July 30, ISRO launched PSLV-C56 with six co-passenger satellites from Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC), Sriharikota. PSLV-C56 / DS-SAR is the Dedicated Commercial Mission of NewSpace India Limited (NSIL) for ST Engineering, Singapore. DS-SAR, a Radar Imaging Earth Observation satellite is the primary satellite for the mission. In addition to this, there are six co-passenger customer satellites also belonging to Singapore. All satellites have been injected into the 535 km circular with 5 orbital inclinations. This is the 58th flight of PSLV and the 17th flight of PSLV in Core Alone configuration.