India is planning to build its space station. Sivan, Head of ISRO, Indian Space Research Organization, told the media in New Delhi today that ISRO will send a large number of human carriers in space after completion of this super-plan project. He said that India will not be associated with the International Space Station.
Under a prolonged plan, India is planning to set up its own space station. With this, we will join the international community to launch human campaigns on the moon.
About Gaganayan Mission, Minister of State for Atmospheric Energy and Space Jitendra Singh said that in 2022 India will send its first human passenger space till 75th anniversary of independence. He said that for this work the government has sanctioned ten thousand crore rupees. ISRO has resolved to send the first human traveler in space on the eve of 75th Republic Day in 2022. These campaigns can be completed before or around 2022.
India’s first mission to reach the sun will be launched in the Aditya-L1 year 2020. The sun’s outermost part (Solar Corona) can be studied through this. The eclipse-like situation will not matter.
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China has launched two space stations. It launched its first space station, Tiangong-1 in 2011. It was prepared for two years. It fell to the ground on April 1, 2018. China launched the Tiangong-2 in 2016. However, Western countries consider it to be less space stations and space laboratories more. Tiangong-2 still exists. According to a report, China is also planning to launch Tiangong-3 by 2022.
At the moment, ISRO has focused its entire focus on Chandra Mission. On Wednesday, Sivan had announced the launch of Chandrayaan-2 on July 15. Chandrayaan-2 is also one of India’s ambitious space missions. Through this, India will launch its landmark on the Moon’s the South Pole, which will also work on measuring the earthquakes coming on the Moon with its surface testing.