Manned Space Mission Gaganyaan on Track
ISRO (The Indian Space Research Organization) on Friday announced that the goal for India's first manned objective to space, Gaganyaan, is December 2021. The declaration was made by the chief of ISRO by K Sivan. Characterize Gaganyaan as a noteworthy defining moment for India's space organization; K Sivan affirmed that the arrangements for the mission are ongoing. The ISRO chief additionally said that the objective for India's two unmanned mission to space is December 2020 and July 2021. The underlying preparing for Gaganyaan will be done in India and advanced preparing might be in Russia. Ladies astronauts will be there in the group. That is our purpose," Chief K Sivan was saying to the news organization ANI (Asian News International). The Union Cabinet had in December endorsed the indigenous HSP (human Spaceflight Program) through which a three-member group would be sent to space for a time of seven days. The mission is expected upon to cause an expense of Rs 10,000 Crore.