Central Government Assigns Rs 10,900 Cr for ISRO 40 Satellite Launch


ISRO Chairman Dr K. The report issued by Siwan said that the central government has assigned ten thousand nine hundred crore rupees for rising forty satellite take-offs during the next four years.

Dr K. K. in Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu. Sivan said that the Chandrayaan will be launched within three months. It will land on such a part of the moon which is still unidentified. He said that there is a plan to send Manav Gagnan of India on the occasion of 75th anniversary of Independence by 2022.

January 10, 2018, by a famous scientist. With the knowledge of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) by Sivan, India launched 31 satellites with 28 overseas satellites and effectively mounted them in the classroom through the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C40) on January 12.
• India’s aspiring mission, Chandrayaan-2, was stated by ISRO in April 2018.

• In June 2018, ISRO had announced its decision to transfer Indian lithium-ion cell technology to a non-specific basis for one crore rupees for use in the auto industry in June 2018.

• In November 2018, the country’s most heavily launched launch vehicle, Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle-Mark-3 (GSLV-MK-3) flew with the GSAT-29 satellite.

• Military communication satellite GSAT-7A was launched for the Air Force. This launch was done in December 2018.

Chandrayaan-II is the next lunar survey operation after India’s Chandrayaan-1, which was advanced by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). The strategy is to launch the mission by launching the GSLV Mark-3 launch vehicle. This campaign will contain a lunar orbiter assemble in India and a rover and a lander. Orbiter to be sent in Chandrayaan-2 orbiting the moon at a height of 100 kilometres. It has been decided in this campaign to send the orbiter with five payloads. Three payloads are new, while two other Chandrayaan-1 is an advanced version of payloads sent to an orbiter. Chandrayaan-2 can be launched soon.