|Mission duration||10 months (planned)|
|Launch mass||133.2 kilograms (294 lb)|
|Start of mission|
|Launch date||12 January 2018|
|Launch site||Satish Dhawan Space Centre (Sriharikota)|
|End of mission|
|Deactivated||27 November 2020|
|Decay date||27 November 2020|
|Periapsis altitude||350 km (220 mi)|
|Apoapsis altitude||350 km (220 mi)|
Microsat-TD was an Earth observing satellite developed by ISRO. Its launch marked India's 100 satellites in space. This satellite could capture images at night by imaging in infrared spectrum.
MICROSAT-TD satellite was launched at 0359 UTC on 12 January 2018 by PSLV-C40 and its deployment profile was previously rehearsed on PSLV-C38 mission. Microsat-TD was launched along with Cartosat-2F, INS-1C and 28 satellites from 6 countries and separated 1 hour 45 minutes after first stage ignition. Duration of PSLV C40 mission was 2 hours and 21 minutes, making it the longest mission of PSLV at that time.