India will now build its own space station, Astronauts can stay for 20 days on it, India will build it without any countries help.
ISRO said After Gaganayan project, India will preparing to setup Indian space station to 2030.
After the declaration of launching date of Chandrayaan-2 launch date, ISRO has revealed another major disclosure, (Indian Space Research Organisation) ISRO Chief Dr. K. Sivan told that India will now make its own space station. It will be ready to 2030. It will not too big, the weight will be around 20 tons.
The space station will be an expansion of the Gaganayan project. After the Gaganayan Project, ISRO will send space station proposal to Government.
When Asked about the cost of the space station, Dr. Sivan replied that he has not assessed it yet. But reviled, India will not seek help from any country in setting up its space station. Through Gaganaya, India will keep scientists in space for a week. It means India will have acquired the technology of sending Scientist into space.
There are currently only two space stations, the third may be of India.
Dr. Sivan said that India will not be apart of the International Space Station (ISS). There are currently only two space stations. A station (IS) has been jointly Developed by European countries the USA, Russia, Japan and Canada and other belongs to China. If India is successful in building its own space station then third will be Indian.
Another Two big missions in next two years, which will increase our strength in to space
First: The Solar mission, which will take place in 2020
ISRO’s solar mission Aditya L-1 will go next year. It will study the changes in the sun’s corona. The solar mission will go to the first Lagrangian point (L1) between the Earth and the Sun Which is 1.5 million km away from earth. It will take 109 days to reach there.
Second: Venus mission, which will take place within 2-3 years
Dr. Sivan told that ISRO will send a mission on Venus within 2-3 years.
The first objective of the space program is to bring communication facilities and modern technology to remote areas and to downtrends and the second objective is to reveal the secret of the solar system.
ISRO will send its first human mission into space
ISRO will send the first human mission on 75th Independence Day in 2022. it will be launched on the eve of the 75th anniversary of independence. Dr. Jitendra Singh, Minister of State for Space, said that it can take place before 2022. Special National Advisory Council has been formed to monitor it.