Now India is also taking steps towards revealing the infinite mysteries of the endless space. In this series, today i.e. on Saturday, ISRO has created history by successfully launching the first test flight of the indigenous Gaganyaan.
This is the first successful test of the new India to send humans into space. The success of the mission has also made it clear that in the coming time, with the help of indigenous technology, Indians will compete with other countries of the world in space.
Earlier, the test vehicle flying with payload related to the ambitious Gaganyaan human space flight program was successfully launched yesterday i.e. on Saturday. The rocket launch was initially scheduled for 8 am on Saturday, but it was later postponed twice for a total of 45 minutes. ISRO chief S Somnath later said that the launch could not go as per schedule due to some anomaly. He said that the engine of TV-D1 rocket could not be started as per the prescribed procedure.
ISRO scientists successfully launched the rocket amid a two-hour delay and panic after the TV-D1 engine failed to fire as scheduled initially. As soon as the spacecraft achieved the goal of crew module and crew escape separation, the scientists sitting with bated breath at the Mission Control Center in Sriharikota welcomed them with applause. ISRO announced that the TV-D1 mission was a complete success. As per the plan, the payloads were later safely dropped into the sea.
ISRO took a step forward in its ambitious program Gaganyaan to send humans into space through this launch of a single-stage liquid propellant rocket. ISRO aims to send humans into space in a 400 km low Earth orbit for the three-day Gaganyaan mission and bring them back safely to Earth. ISRO had said on Friday that the success of this test flight will lay the groundwork for the remaining tests and unmanned missions, which will mark the beginning of the first Gaganyaan programme.
Let us tell you, ISRO is moving forward in the direction of its ambitious program Gaganyaan to send humans into space through this launch of a single-stage liquid propellant rocket. During this time, tests will be conducted to ensure the safety of astronauts through the first Ku module. ISRO aims to send humans into space in a 400 km low Earth orbit for the three-day Gaganyaan mission and bring them back safely to Earth.
The crew module is the payload in the rocket, and it is a habitable space for astronauts in space with an Earth-like environment. It consists of a pressurized metallic internal structure and an unpressurized ‘external structure’ with thermal protection systems.
The design of Gaganyaan’s crew module is completely modern. Many types of special facilities have been installed in it. Like navigation system, food heater, food storage, health system. These have been made for the convenience of astronauts.
ISRO will send astronauts into space 400 kilometers away from the earth under its mission Gaganyaan. During this period, astronauts will revolve around the Earth’s orbit for three days. After this, these astronauts will be landed safely on Earth.