ISRO To Build 3 Rocket Sets, Crew Modules For Gaganyaan- India’s First Unmanned Mission To Space
The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro), which got a shot in its arm with the approval of Rs 10,000-crore budget for the human space mission on Friday, has a long way before executing the mission, with crucial human-rating of systems, including the rocket, yet to be achieved.
Human-rating says the system is capable of safely transporting humans. It also means it has adequate technology that efficiently protects the crew in the event of any failure.
Chairman Sivan K told TOI: “There is a lot of work ahead of us. We could not have gone ahead without money being approved as the mission needs a lot of new testing and development that is cost sensitive.”
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