Gaganyaan: India to Launch First Manned Space Mission by 2022!

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    Summary: PM Modi shares an exciting victory insight, along with expressing his wishes on the Independence Day, 2018. He says India’s first manned-space-mission, Gaganyaan, will launch in the scheduled the year 2022 or before if possible. The new space odyssey will undoubtedly mark a benchmarking event in the history. Since, after Chandrayaan-1 and Mars Orbiter Mission, Gaganyaan will be the first entirely manually operating spacecraft by ISRO. And India will become the fourth nation after the USA, USSR, and China.

    Main article: Gaganyaan: India’s First Manned Space Mission!

    15th August 2017: India starts yet another year of independence for 72 years. And since then, there have been innumerable achievements. Of course, the initial teething problems are ought to be there. Nevertheless, India slowly and steadily paves its way to victory. In fact, PM Modi shares an exciting victory-insight in his Independence Day wishes on Twitter.

    PM Modi confirms the Gaganyaan Mission to be successfully onboard. India has started preparing the launch of its first manned space mission by 2022. Indeed, it is a very proud moment for the country. This benchmarks India to become the fourth nation after the USA, USSR, and China.

    Incredible to note that India’s first two space missions included Indian origin astronauts into Space aboard foreign spacecraft. Rakesh Sharma, the first Indian to ever travel in space, flew with Soviet rocket Soyuz T-11. However, Kalpana Chawla was first Indian woman to fly into space with the Space Shuttle Columbia in 2003. However, Chandrayan-1 was ISRO’s first-and-successful lunar probe, in operation from Oct 2008 to Aug 2009. On the other hand, the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) is still orbiting Mars since Sept 24, 2014. Hence, Gaganyaan will definitely be a path-breaking achievement in the Indian history.

    The year 2022 is the scheduled year for the launch. However, PM Modi also says that if everything stacks up nicely, possibly the launch will take place early. An Indian astronaut will mark the new beginning with the Gaganyaan Space Odyssey.

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