Yearender 2022 first private rocket to Gaganyaan Mission these Indian space missions were under discussion know

The year 2022 was exciting for the Indian space mission. India showed its dominance to the world in the commercial space sector and ISRO’s heaviest rocket, LVM3, launched 36 OneWeb broadband satellites. At the same time, the first private Vikram-S rocket was also launched this year, proving that India will have many space companies like America’s SpaceX in the coming years. A lot of information came to light this year regarding the Gaganyaan mission and the mission to Mars moved towards completion. Let’s know about them.

Launch of the first private rocket Vikram-S

India created history in the field of space. India’s first private rocket, Vikram-S, was launched in November. This is the first time in India’s space history, when a private rocket flew into space. With this, Skyroot Aerospace became the first private sector company in India to develop and fly a rocket. The Vikram-S rocket lifted off from Sriharikota. It was named Prarambh Mission.

ISRO launched 36 satellites with the heaviest rocket

NewSpace India Limited (NSIL), a business unit of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), has successfully launched 36 OneWeb broadband satellites from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh. The launch took place in October and was one of the largest commercial orders for ISRO and NSIL. This was the first order in which the LVM3 rocket was used. It is ISRO’s heaviest rocket. The completely domestically built LVM3 rocket has been involved in four successful missions so far. It also launched the Chandrayaan-2 mission.

Gaganyaan Mission: What Indian Passengers Will Eat In Space, Came To Know

Important information about India’s first human spaceflight, Gaganyaan, has come out. It was said that 6 menus containing vegetarian and non-vegetarian food, that is, vegetarian and non-vegetarian food, are being prepared for astronauts. DRDO told him that food for Indian passengers going into space under the Gaganyaan mission is being prepared at a DRDO laboratory in Mysore.

Mangal Mission: The orbiter walked 6 months and made a record by working 8 years

The Mangalyaan (Mission to Mars), which took ISRO to new heights, came to an end this year. Approximately 8 years after entering Martian orbit, the Mars Orbiter Mission (MoM) has run out of batteries and fuel. The interesting thing is that Mangalyaan shipped for only 6 months, but it worked for 8 years. In October, ISRO reported that communication with Mangalyaan had been lost. A total of Rs 450 crore was spent on the mission launched on November 5, 2013.

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