The Indian space agency would have slung a total of 328 foreign satellites on Saturday, with rocketing of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C49). #PSLVC49 carrying #E0S01 and nine international customer satellites at First Launch Pad in Sriharikota ahead of its launch on November 07 Stay tuned for more updates... pic.twitter.com\/jh2je7MgXS \u2014 ISRO (@isro) November 4, 2020 \u00a0The countdown for the rocket launch from the first launch pad will begin on Friday afternoon. A senior official of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said that the rocket with 10 satellites is expected to lift off at 3.02 pm on November 7 from the Sriharikota rocket port. The other nine foreign satellites are Lithuania (1-technology demonstrator), Luxembourg (4 maritime application satellites by Kleos Space), and the US (4-Lemur multi-mission remote sensing satellites). The primary payload of rockets is India's radar imaging satellite EOS-01, formerly RISAT-2BR2 with synthetic aperture radar (SAR) that can shoot pictures in all weather conditions. The satellite can take pictures day and night and will be useful for surveillance. India has launched 319 foreign satellites over the last two decades, including one Chinese satellite. The ISRO also created a world record for launching largest number of satellites.