ASLV was a five-arrange strong fuel rocket that was created by the Indian Space Research Organization. While expanding upon the experience picked up from the SLV-3 missions, ASLV turned out to be a minimal effort halfway vehicle to exhibit and approve basic advances that would be required for the future dispatch vehicles like the tie on innovation, inertial route, bulbous warmth shield, vertical coordination and shut circle direction.
At liftoff, the ASLV created 92,780 kg of push. It was a 41,000-kilogram rocket, estimating 23.5 meters long with a center breadth of one meter. The tallness to breadth proportion of ASLV was huge which brought about the vehicle being temperamental in flight. This was intensified by the way that many the basic occasions amid a dispatch like the center start and the promoter partition occurred at the Tropopause where the dynamic loads on the launcher were at the greatest. Under the ASLV program, four formative flights were directed. The primary formative flight occurred on March 24, 1987, and the second on July 13, 1988. The third formative flight, ASLV-D3 was effectively propelled on May 20, 1992, when CROSS-C (106 kg) was put into a circle of 255 x 430 km.