Friday, May 06, 2016


ISRO's successful GSLV D6 cryogenic rocket  launch with a 2.2 T comm satellite last year made great news.

GSLV D6, with cryo engine
It is to be followed by GSLV Mk III using an advanced and more powerful cryogenic engine to carry satellites upto 5 T to orbit this year.

Besides these, our highly successful unmanned  lunar mission Chandrayaan and inter-planetary mission Mangalyaan, our own 'mini hubble' telescope in space Astrosat and our indigenous regional satellite navigational system NAVIC, to be joined by the Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV-TD) in June '16, will definitely make India, an efficient, reliable, low cost global space power to reckon with, with no one advanced enough to rub shoulders with !!

Go India Go !! With peace and patience, the world is at your feet !

George (photo courtesy The Hindu)

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