2023 was a golden year for ISRO, flying the tricolor from Chandrayaan 3 to Aditya L 1.

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The year 2023 was a golden year for ISRO.

New Delhi: The year 2023 has been nothing short of a golden year for the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). This year ISRO did what the whole world was waiting for. This year, ISRO took several initiatives, which the US space agency NASA was only thinking about. The year 2023 is one of the memorable years in the history of Indian space. This year ISRO launched Chandrayaan, Aditya L-One as well as foreign satellites. Chandrayaan 3 mission was the biggest success for ISRO among all the missions of this year.

Chandrayaan 3 mission adds to ISRO’s history.

With the success of the Chandrayaan 3 mission, India became the first country to land on the South Pole of the Moon. It became the fourth country to make a soft landing on the surface of the Moon. Before India, only the US, China and Russia had succeeded in soft-landing on the surface of the Moon, but none had landed on the southern hemisphere. Let us tell you that Chandrayaan 3 mission was launched on July 14, 2023. Chandrayaan 3 then took 42 days for its journey. The vehicle’s lander module Vikram successfully made a soft landing on the surface near the south pole of the Moon on August 23, 2023 at 06:04 PM IST. After that, the rover and the lander completed their mission for about 14 days and now both will make India proud on the moon.

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Chandrayan 3

ISRO took further steps towards the sun.

The whole country was just celebrating the success of Chandrayaan 3 when ISRO gave another reason. ISRO took another leap with the successful launch of Aditya L1. The mission was launched on September 2 at 11:50 am from the second launch pad at Sriharikota Space Center in Andhra Pradesh. It will complete a journey of 4 months and reach the L1 point. We inform you that ISRO’s Aditya L1 spacecraft is nearing the final stage of reaching the L1 point and the process of entering the L1 point is expected to be completed by January 7, 2024. According to ISRO, Aditya-L1 will be the first space-based Indian laboratory to study the Sun. The purpose of the Aditya-L1 mission is to study the Sun from orbit around L1.

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Aditya L1

After Aditya L1, now preparing for Mission Gagneyan

After Chandrayaan 3 and Aditya L1, Isro gave another opportunity to make the countrymen proud. On October 21, ISRO successfully test-launched its first manned mission, Gagyan. The way the Indian Space Agency is preparing, it is estimated that India’s first human space flight will take place in the year 2025. Before this, ISRO will conduct several tests, so that when the humans are sent on the Gaganyaan mission, there is no room for any lapse in safety and they are completely safe.

Test flight TVD1 of Mission Gagnon was successfully completed

In this regard, on 21 October, ISRO successfully completed test flight TVD1 of Mission Gagyan. In the maiden test flight of the Gaganyaan mission, ISRO’s crew module was launched into space and subsequently returned to Earth. During this period, ISRO conducted many experiments with abortion. The first unmanned mission of the Gagnian mission could then be planned. The unmanned mission will carry a humanoid robot, Vyom Mitra. Meanwhile, ISRO will conduct several tests and if everything goes according to plan, ISRO will send its first manned mission into space in 2025.

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The Gagneyan Mission

Many other countries sent satellites into space.

Along with these three major missions, ISRO also sent satellites of many other countries into space this year. ISRO has launched 46 foreign satellites this year. On February 10, America’s Janus-1 satellite was launched with EOS-07. Then on March 26, 2023, 36 OneWeb satellites were launched from the LVM3 M3 rocket. On April 22, Singapore’s two satellites TeLEOS-2 and LUMISAT-4 were launched by a PSLV-C55 rocket. Then on July 30, seven Singapore satellites were launched by the PSLV-C56 rocket.

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