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Advanced Avionics Module

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Advanced Avionics Module

Advanced Avionics Module or AAM was a module launched on board PSLV-C8 along with Italian satellite AGILE. It was designed by ISRO to test advanced launch vehicle avionics systems like mission computers, navigation and telemetry systems. At lift-off, it weighed 185 kg.

It was mounted inside Dual Launch Adopter, on top of which the AGILE was put.

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