Gaganyaan to Feature a Female Robot in Space, Reveals Union Minister Jitendra Singh

The unmanned mission will be launched in the first half of 2023, followed by the robotic mission in the second half of 2023. The Gaganyaan mission is scheduled to be launched in the first half of 2024.

The unmanned mission will test the technologies and procedures that will be used in the Gaganyaan mission. The robotic mission will test the technologies and procedures that will be used to send a human into space.

The Gaganyaan mission will be a historic moment for India, as it will be the first time that an Indian astronaut will orbit the Earth. The mission will also be a major milestone for India’s space program, as it will demonstrate India’s capabilities in human space flight.

India is also working on a plan to develop a green hydrogen sector. Green hydrogen is a clean and renewable form of energy that is produced by splitting water molecules using electricity.

Union Minister’s statement

India plans to launch an unmanned mission and send a female robot in the first and second missions, respectively, preceding the Gaganyaan human space-flight programme by the end of 2023 or in 2024, Union Minister Jitendra Singh said on Thursday.

The minister also said that India is working on a plan to extract lithium from Jammu and Kashmir’s Reasi district. Lithium is a valuable mineral that is used in a variety of applications, including batteries and electric vehicles.

The minister said that India is committed to developing its space program and its clean energy sector. He said that India is a rising power in the world, and that it is playing an increasingly important role in the global economy.

Words from ISRO:

According to the ISRO website: “Gaganyaan project envisages demonstration of human spaceflight capability by launching crew of 3 members to an orbit of 400 km for a 3 days mission and bring them back safely to earth, by landing in Indian sea waters.”

“The project is accomplished through an optimal strategy by considering inhouse expertise, experience of Indian industry, intellectual capabilities of Indian academia & research institutions along with cutting edge technologies available with international agencies. The pre-requisites for Gaganyaan mission include development of many critical technologies including human rated launch vehicle for carrying crew safely to space, Life Support System to provide an earth like environment to crew in space, crew emergency escape provision and evolving crew management aspects for training, recovery and rehabilitation of crew.”


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