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Gaganyaan mission isro create history launched test flight tv d1 successfully carrying crew module

Gaganyaan mission isro create history launched test flight tv d1 successfully carrying crew module
Written by Manoj Kadam
Gaganyaan mission isro create history launched test flight tv d1 successfully carrying crew module

Gaganyaan mission isro create history launched test flight tv d1 successfully carrying crew module

Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has taken another successful step in the field of space. The research organization has successfully launched the first test flight of its ambitious Gaganyaan mission. ISRO successfully launched its first test vehicle Abort Mission-1 (TV-D1) on Saturday from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh. ISRO's entire focus is currently on the Gaganyaan mission, under which the space agency has set a target of sending three Indian astronauts into space. Let us know to what extent success has been achieved in this so far.

ISRO is aiming to send Indian astronauts to space by 2025 and Gaganyaan is the name of this mission. This will be India's first manned space mission. ISRO has achieved the first success in the mission in which it successfully launched Test Vehicle Abort Mission-1. Crew escape module was used in this. It went to space after launch and then landed back in the Bay of Bengal. This is a big success for the agency. ISRO chief S. Somnath expressed happiness over the first success of the mission.

This was the first flight to be named TV-D1. After this, the agency is going to conduct three more such tests which will be TV-D2, TV-D3, and TV-D4. This means that there are still three more tests to be conducted through which ISRO will ensure that when this flight with humans goes into space, there will be no scope for any kind of error.

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Let us tell you that under the Gaganyaan Mission, ISRO will aim to send three people to space. Although the mission was planned for 2021, it was delayed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). Under the mission, ISRO will send three flights into space. Two of these flights will be unmanned while one flight will be manned. The plan involves placing humans in low Earth orbit at an altitude of 400 kilometers for three days. If everything goes well, India will become the fourth country in the world after America, Russia and China to send humans into space.

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