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News2News.in Explainer: Today is a special day for ISRO in space science, this achievement was achieved

Indian Space Research Organization created history on this day.

Indian Space Research Organization created history on this day.

News2News.in Explainer: In the history of the country and the world, many important events took place on May 26, which have been recorded forever in the pages of history. Today is a very important day in the history of India’s space power. On this day in 1999, ISRO successfully placed three satellites of India, Germany and South Korea into space orbit. That is why today is known for India’s space power.

Earlier only countries like America, Russia had dominance in the field of space. India’s progress in this area was unprecedented. Gradually, India also emerged as a strong power in space. Today India is far ahead in space research. Today the country’s Indian Research Organization (ISRO) is one of the most successful research organizations in the world. Let us know when the research organization of India was formed and what is the story of their success.

ISRO was born in the year 1969

The country’s first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru established the Indian National Committee for Space Research (INCOSPAR) INCOSPAR in the year 1969, which took the form of ‘Indian Space Research Organization’ (ISRO) in the year 1969. When space research activities started in India, testing of satellites had already started in America and Russia. But, soon India also started doing good work in the field of space. Not only this, he also started getting success in those works.

India’s first satellite Aryabhata

India’s first satellite was Aryabhata I, which was launched on 19 April 1975. This was India’s first step into the world of space through Aryabhata. With the help of Russia, ISRO had installed this satellite in the orbit of space. India’s first satellite was named after the country’s great astronomer and mathematician Aryabhata. The weight of this satellite was 360 kg, which after its launch continued to serve in space for 17 years and returned to Earth on 11 February 1992.

journey to space

India’s journey to send the first satellite into space began in the 1960s with the success of the Rohini rocket programme. These rockets were prepared by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). Rohini was a series of sounding rockets designed for meteorological and atmospheric research.

mission chandrayaan

In 2008, India sent the first unmanned lunar vehicle to the moon. This mission was a milestone in India’s space mission. It took 5 days for this vehicle to reach the moon. At the same time, Chandrayaan I took 15 days to establish itself in the Moon’s orbit. After Chandrayaan-I landed on the lunar surface on 14 November 2008, ISRO has joined an elite list of only six space organizations to have sent an orbiter to the Moon. Although ISRO lost contact with Chandrayaan.

Mission Mangal in 2014

The most successful work so far in the history of ISRO was to successfully enter the orbit of Mars under the Mars mission. This mission was the first interplanetary mission for India. By sending its vehicles to Mars, India also joined those countries which have sent their vehicles to Mars. The most special thing about this mission was that India created history by reaching Mars in the lowest budget in one go.

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