According to Chairman Somanath, ISRO “will have exciting missions” in 2023, including the launch of the GSLV.

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Seven Singaporean satellites were launched successfully and precisely by the agency today utilising the dependable Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV).

Somanath gave information about upcoming launch campaigns the space agency with its Bengaluru headquarters will undertake. Another PSLV mission, according to him, is planned for August or early September.

“We’re going to have some amazing missions this year. The PSLV will take flight once more. The Gaganyaan test vehicle, which is currently undergoing integration, would be used, Somanath said. According to ISRO, the Gaganyaan project will send a crew of three into a 400-kilometer orbit for a three-day mission before safely returning them to Earth with a landing in Indian sea waters. This will demonstrate the capabilities of humans to travel into space.

Scientists at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre are working on Chandrayaan-3’s orbit-raising actions following its July 14 launch, and plans are being made for the rocket’s August 1 trip to the Moon. On August 23 at 5:47 PM, a difficult soft landing on the lunar surface is planned.

The SSLV (Small Satellite Launch Vehicle) will launch on its third developmental mission, and a GSLV mission will launch the INSAT-3DS satellite, among other key missions that ISRO has planned. Sixth launch vehicle for ISRO, the SSLV, has completed two test flights in August 2022 and February 2023.

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