Gaganyaan-The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) on Wednesday successfully completed a major test linked to India’s Gaganyaan mission. This was the third successful test for the longest period so far. This development engine will be used to launch the Gaganyaan mission. Let us tell you that the Gaganyaan mission is India’s most ambitious mission. Through which the Indian astronauts will be sent into space. This is to demonstrate the ability to send these passengers into low earth orbit and bring them back to Earth.
India had prepared for this mission in 2014 itself when the module was tested via GSLV Mark 3. The date was December 18, 2014, the module was named CARE, i.e. atmospheric re-entry experience of the crew module that reached space and returned to the Earth’s surface, after which this capsule was placed in the Bay of Bengal, near the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. has been recovered. Since then, the training and testing process has continued for the Gaganyaan mission. When ISRO tweeted to inform about it on Wednesday, Elon Musk also commented and said “Congratulations India”.
The country’s first manned mission
The Gaganyaan mission is the country’s first manned mission to be sent into space. It will be launched with the help of the development of liquid propellant engines. This is the reason why it is tested over and over again. So far, three tests have been carried out. In which yesterday’s test was run for 240 seconds for the longest L110 thermal test core liquid stage to date. This test was carried out at the ISRO propulsion complex in Mahendragiri, Tamil Nadu.
Four Indian astronauts also traveled to Russia for space flight training for the Gaganyaan space program. Three unmanned test missions must be launched before the human mission. Whose deadline is at the end of this year and two in 2022. The Gaganyaan mission was announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his Independence Day speech on August 15, 2018.
Recently, after the Virgin Galactic mission, the discussion of space tourism started around the world, in such a situation, the question is also where India represents space tourism. It is right that after India’s first manned mission, space tourism also takes wings in our country. In addition, India will build its own space station. This is the reason why the International Space Station did not give its name in the list.