T00:00 
PS1 Ignition 
The PSLV's solidfueled first stage motor ignites when the countdown clock reaches zero. 

T+01:51 
First Stage Separation/Second Stage Ignition 
Flying at an altitude of nearly 53 kilometers, or about 33 miles, the PSLV's solidfueled first stage burns out and separates after consuming more than 300,000 pounds of propellant. The PSLV's Vikas second stage engine ignites less than a second later. 

T+01:57 
Closedloop Guidance 
The PSLV initiates closedloop guidance. 

T+03:07 
Payload Fairing Jettison 
The 3.2meter, or 10.5foot, diameter aluminum payload fairing jettisons once the PSLV flys above the dense lower atmosphere, exposing the Spot 7 satellite to space. 

T+04:22 
Second Stage Separation 
The PSLV's Vikas engine shuts down and the second stage separates at the conclusion of its burn at an altitude of 219 kilometers, or about 136 miles. 

T+04:23 
Third Stage Ignition 
The PSLV's third stage solidfueled motor begins a 112second burn. 

T+08:41 
Third Stage Separation 
The PSLV's third stage separates from the fourth stage, beginning a 10second coast period before the fourth stage fires to complete the powered phase of the launch. 

T+08:51 
Fourth Stage Ignition 
The PSLV's fourth stage, powered by two hydrazinefueled engines, ignites to propel the Spot 7 payload into a nearcircular 656kilometer (407mile) orbit. The burn will last about 8 minutes, 25 seconds. 

T+17:17 
Fourth Stage Shutdown 
The fourth stage shuts down after achieving a nearcircular orbit with a perigee of 655.1 kilometers (407.1 miles), an apogee of 657.7 kilometers (408.7 miles) and an inclination of 98.23 degrees. 

T+17:54 
Spot 7 Separation 
The PSLV fourth stage deploys the 714kilogram (1,574pound) Spot 7 spacecraft for Airbus Defence and Space. 

T+18:34 
AISat Separation 
The PSLV fourth stage deploys the 14kilogram (30.8pound) shiptracking AISat satellite for DLR, the German Aerospace Centre. 

T+19:04 
CanX4 Separation 
The PSLV fourth stage deploys the 15kilogram (33.1pound) CanX4 technology demonstration satellite for the University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies Space Flight Laboratory. 

T+19:34 
CanX5 Separation 
The PSLV fourth stage deploys the 15kilogram (33.1pound) CanX5 technology demonstration satellite for the University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies Space Flight Laboratory. 

T+19:59 
VELOX 1 Separation 
The PSLV fourth stage deploys the 4.5 kilogram (9.9pound) VELOX 1 satellite for Nanyang Technical University of Singapore. 
