ISRO will send human beings for the first time in space till 2022, while its ambitious project will be completed in Chandrayaan 2 2019.
Landing of an indigenous space shuttle, Space Agency chairman Kailasawadavu Shivan said on Thursday.
To participate in the convocation of DDU Gorakhpur University on Friday, Shivan told reporters, “We have set a deadline for sending human beings in space till the end of 2021 or by the beginning of 2022.”
Chandrayaan 2 will be sent to the moon by January or February next year. Chandrayaan 2 is designed to make a soft landing on the Moon and to make extensive use of it on the surface. He said that scientists of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will conduct three to six missions in the next six months.
He said that ISRO is serving the nation in different areas including communication, navigation, space science, and every person in India is connected to their services in any way.
“Under the Digital India mission launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, ISRO is ready to provide high data connectivity of 100Gbps in rural and remote areas by placing four communication satellites in space, out of which already this year While the remaining three will be kept in the beginning of November, December and next year, “he said.
He said that more than 75 percent of the country’s population lives in remote areas and advised for space technology to provide services in different speeds.
The President of ISRO said that although it was not possible for India’s premier space agency to recruit all the potential engineers who came out of Indian universities, it was still working on capacity building programs so that they could be established for incubation and research centers. Can able to tab your ability through the medium.
He said, “ISRO Islam has given young engineers the opportunity to serve the country by opening six incubation centers, research centers and research chairs in North, South, East, Central and West India.”
While an incubation center has already been opened in Agra, the rest will be circulated in Jalandhar, Bhubaneswar, Indore, Nagpur and Kochi. Similarly, there will be research centers in Guwahati, Jaipur, Krkhetra, Kanyakumari, Patna and Varanasi.
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Bharadwaj said that after the lander’s landing on the moon’s surface, the rover will leave it and it will rotate around the surface. PRL has developed a special tool for him named ‘Alpha Particle X-ray Spectrometer’. Its design has been done to identify various elements and chemical compounds present on the surface of the moon.