India’s Heaviest Rocket Launched by ISRO – May Carry Man to Space Soon
The very happy news for all Indian is that India’s Heaviest Rocket Launched by ISRO which May Carry Man to Space Soon. This is launched from Sriharikota Space Centre. Around 100 engineers and scientists at ISRO or the Indian Space Research Organisation are behind this successful mission. This is named as GSLV (Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle ) Mk III.
AS per reports from the center, the launch includes a perfect lift-off for the gigantic home-grown rocket. The rocket weighs 640-tonne which is equal to weight of five Jumbo jets. According to reports, within seven years, they may carry astronauts and Indian men to space. Visiting space is a long term dream of many people around the world.
This is a dismal record for India’s space agency ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation). Earlier there were many failures including the launch of Launch Vehicle-3 or SLV-3 in 1979, Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle or PSLV In 1993, launch of the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle In 2001 etc.
The now famous GSLV was dubbed the “Naughty boy” due to repeated failures. Among the 11 times, only the last five had been successful. Due to this it also got the abbreviation as a “Generally Sea Loving Vehicle”. The PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) completed 39 successful launches. The government promoting the home-grown space programme for developing low-cost technology.