GSAT-10 is a communications satellite that was developed and built by the Indian Space Research Organization and Space Applications Center.
The vehicle is based on the I-3k satellite platform and has a mass of 3400.5 Kilograms of liftoff and a dry weight of 1493.5 Kilograms. In orbit, the vehicle is 3.1 by 1.77 by 2.0 meters in size. The spacecraft is three-axis-stabilized. The satellite has two deployable Solar Arrays and associated batteries for power generation of 6 kW. The Communications payload features 12 C-Band, 6 extended C-Band and 12 Ku-Band transponders as well as a GPS Aided Geo Augmented Navigation Payload. GAGAN is a regional GPS navigational system developed by India. The vehicle is equipped with a Liquid Apogee Motor that is used to achieve Geostationary Orbit. It will operate from a position of 83 degrees and provide India Land Mass and Wide Coverage.