Raising troops in the Ladakh region, without delaying India’s launch of astronauts:plans to land on the moon will be implemented
Giantra Singh, Minister of the Indian Space Alliance, said that the mobilization of the Indian army and the growing epidemic in India will not affect India’s first astronaut mission”Gaganyan”plan. Regarding the”Gaganyan” 3, the mission to the moon, Gittentra Singh said:”As of today, the Gaganyan-3 mission to the moon is scheduled to be launched next year. The mission will include a lander. The orbiting satellite and propulsion system are launched in a modular manner and will not be launched like the previous satellites. The lunar landing system is now fully operational.” As part of the preparation of the ambitious”Gaganyan” Indian astronaut project, The first unmanned flight will be completed in 2021. Due to the epidemic, the Indian Space Research Organization has re-planned these missions. These missions were originally planned for later this year.
India Space Minister Dr. Tendra Singh said that the launch of India’s first human space mission”Gaganyan” will not be affected by the virus pandemic, and preparations are proceeding in the right direction. Kittendra briefly introduced the important achievements of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and the Ministry of Space in the past year and some important missions planned for the future. He said that despite the training of four in Russia, India, which carried out space missions Astronauts, suspended due to an outbreak in Russia, the Indian scientific team believes that the Indian space department will reserve a”buffer period” for Indian astronauts on the training plan and launch deadline.
Dr. Giendra Singh said that Russia has now resumed training for astronauts and is scheduled to launch before the 75th anniversary of India’s independence in 2022. The Indian Cabinet Minister said in the Cabinet decision:”A regulatory body called the’Indian National Space Promotion and Authorization Center’ will be established. This will help provide a level playing field for private companies and encourage Indian private companies to participate in India’s space industry. India allows private companies to participate in the launch of astronauts in India.”
He believes that in addition to improving the capabilities and resources of space missions, the greater participation of private companies will also prevent the brain drain of talented space scientists and experts, and these Scientists and experts left India in search of evasion. Regarding the Gaganyan-3 mission to the moon, Dr. Giendra Singh said:”As of today, the Indian probe mission to the moon is scheduled to be launched next year. At the same time, India will not abandon its plan to put astronauts on the moon. ”
A senior scientist of the Indian Space Research Organization said:”According to the plan we received, the Gaganyan-3 unmanned aerial vehicle is not in this year’s plan. This year’s plan is mainly to launch Other satellites.” The scientist added that as the unmanned flight is postponed until next year, the overall schedule of the Gargania is expected to affect the sending of Indians into space by 2022. At present, the epidemic situation in India is expanding, and the number of infected people in India exceeds 670,000.