Indian Space Research Organisation will launch a record 20 satellites in a single mission on June 22 from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh. Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle PSLV-C34 will\u00a0be used to carry the satellites, including India's earth observation spacecraft Cartosat-2, from the Second Launch Pad\u00a0(SLP) of Satish Dhawan Space Centre at 09.25 AM, ISRO said today. "Mission Readiness Review (MRR) committee and Launch Authorisation Board (LAB) will meet in the days to come, after\u00a0reviewing, clearance will be given for the countdown," a senior\u00a0ISRO official told PTI. The space agency had earlier sent 10 satellites into\u00a0 orbit in a single mission in 2008. PSLV-C34 will launch 19 co-passenger satellites\u00a0together weighing about 560 kg at lift-off into a 505 km polar\u00a0Sun Synchronous Orbit (SSO). ISRO said the total weight of all the 20 satellites\u00a0 carried on board PSLV-C34 is about 1,288 kg. The co-passengers include satellites from the US, Canada,\u00a0 Germany and Indonesia as well as two satellites from Indian\u00a0 Universities. The mission would carry LAPAN A3 of Indonesia, BIROS of Germany, SKYSAT GEN 2-1 of US, MVV of Germany among the micro satellites, ISRO sources had earlier said.