Gaganyaan Mission: Indian Space Research Organization has given a big update related to Mission Gaganyaan. Under this it is said that Mission Gaganyaan has been successful. The spacecraft’s crew escape system performed as intended and the mission was a success. Let us tell you that this test flight has been successfully launched from Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh. ISRO Chief S Somnath has informed in this regard that the TV-DV1 (crew module) mission has been successfully launched. Along with this, he has also congratulated all the colleagues involved in the mission.
Launching was to take place at 8 am
According to the information given by ISRO, the launch of TV-DV1 (crew module) under Mission Gaganyaan was to take place at 8 am today. But due to some technical problems it was postponed. Information was given in this regard that it has been stopped due to some technical problems. ISRO said through its official X handle that the technical problems facing the launch have been identified and now it has been rectified and scheduled for 10 am.
What is Mission Gaganyaan?
According to the information given by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), the goal of Mission Gaganyaan is to send humans to the low Earth orbit at an altitude of 400 kilometers in a three-day mission in 2025 and bring them back safely to Earth. For this, the crew module has been prepared which is in the form of a cabin and in it, arrangements have been made for the Indian astronaut to sit and do other tasks.
ISRO’s test flight will continue
ISRO has informed that after this first successful test flight under Mission Gaganyaan, the ISAC sequence is going to continue. D2, D3 and D4 test flights will also be launched in the coming time. The goal of this test flight is to somehow send humans into space on a three-day journey and also bring them back safely. He is continuously striving for this.
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