Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has established on 15th August 1969. ISRO has launched a sounding rocket RH – 560. It is a two-stage rocket to study attitudinal types in the neutral winds and plasma dynamics. The Sounding Rocket (RH-560) has launched Salish Dawn space centre Sriharikota in AP. The Sounding Rocket (RH-560) carry out now at SPSC SHAR, Sriharikota. Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has so many opportunities.Indian students are trying to learn space technology. This rocket is a couple of stage strong force rockets, operates and scrutinizes the upper climatic situations. Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) was set up in 1962
Rockets are also serving affordable platforms to prove prototypes of new subsystems intended to use in launching satellites. The sounding Rockets are of three versions they are RH-200, RH-300-MK II, and RH-560-MK II It is capable of carrying 8 to 100 kilograms payload and reach an altitude of 80 to 475 kilometers.
Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) was set up in 1962. Its headquarter is Bangalore. Chief of India space research organization is k. Sivan and has a commercial arm (department) NSIL (new space India limited), it is also headquartered in Bangalore and the chief of NSIL is G. Narayanan. ISRO has launched the Amazonian-I, which is an earth observation satellite that belongs to Brazil. It will launch on PSLV –C51 (polar satellite launch vehicle). It is the primary payload of the launch vehicle and is the favoured carrier for various countries due to its reliability and cost-efficiency, promoting unprecedented international collaboration; geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle (GSLV) developed keeping in mind the heavier and more demanding geosynchronous communication satellites. The other 19 satellites are in the queue. It will launch from Sothic Dawn Space Centre Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh. ISRO launched indigenous sound rockets in 1965. After that, the experience gained was of immense value in the mastering of solid propellant technology. Indian Space Research Organization has also contributed and autonomous institutions for remote sensing, astronomy and astrophysics, atmospheric sciences and atmospheric sciences, and Space sciences in general functions.
The ISRO message for the year 2021 is to lay a firm foundation for the next decade.
ISRO develops and delivers application in specific satellite products and tools to nation’s broadcasts, communication, weather forecast, disaster management tools, geographic information systems cartography navigation, telemedicine, dedicated the distance education satellites being some of them
Achievements of ISRO (Indian space research organization)
ISRO(Indian space research organization is one of the top space explorations. Vicar Saarabhai founded it 51 years ago, on 15th August 1969. Before the organization, the Indian national committee for space research (INCOSPAR) launched the first rocket in 1963. The current organization is responsible for its current standing in the world. From transporting their first rocket on the back of a bicycle to being the first country to reach. Mars in the first attempt. ISRO has come a long way. Many top achievements of ISRO have put it on the world map.
SRE-1 in 2007
(SRE -1) was launched on 10th January 2007. from Sathish Dhawan space center. It is the first launch pad in the Sriharikota Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh. It is to launch SRE – one was pslvc-7 along with three other satellites. The entire mission was to display the potential of an obituary space capsule recovery. It orbited in space for 12 days before re-entering the earth.
Development of RLV (Reusable launch vehicle)
It is a Reusable launch vehicle. NASA, ISRO does not have a limited budget and freedom. It is a major for ISRO because they have to be cost-effective as cost-efficient. It will give a chance to go further in its mission for scientific research and space exploration. While the RLV is still a prototype, it took its first flight on 23rd May 2016
Indian first satellite Aryabhatta launched in 1975.
Aryabhatta is a famous astronomer who invented zero and discovered the approximate value of pi. He was one of the zero astronomers who suggested the heliocentric theory. because the first successful satellite launched by ISRO named after Aaryabhatta
It was launched in Russian rocket KOSMOS 3 M from Kapustin yar, Astrakhan oblast in 1975. The satellite was in space for 17 tars before re-entering the earth’s atmosphere on 10th February 1992. However, ISRO lost all communication with satellites in March 1981
2008 chandrayaan 1
The chandrayaan was the next mission of ISRO that has changed the course of Indian space exploration. It launched in October 2008, and it was the first lunar probe under the chandrayaan program.
It has a lunar impact or and orbited and was in operation until August 2009. , It will collect scientific information about the moons mineralogy, geology, and topography
GSLV MK 3 in 2014
It stands for Geo synchronized satellite launch spacecraft developed by ISRO to launch chandrayaan 2. It is an ISRO, powerful rocket that carries up to 4000 kilograms into orbit. It can carry three astronauts. It is a noted achievement in India.
Launching IRNSS in 2016
It stands for Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System. IRNSS is an independent navigation satellite to give accurate information to users in India. IRNSS made India the fifth country to have its navigation system to complete the satellite. It has to be launch seven satellites. It is a leap for the future and is something every Indian is proud of