India in space

It seems to very interesting when someone talks about space.

People were always interested in the mystery of space.

Space has many interesting things; stars, planets, satellites, etc.

To specify the curiosity, people started the search for space. The Journey of space in India started in the mid-nineties.

Let's see India in space.

India started its space research in 1948 from the city Ahmedabad.

India's space research organisation (ISRO) was established in 1969 by Dr. Vikram Sarabhai.

The headquarter of ISRO (Indian space research organisation) is situated in Bengaluru.

India's first satellite Aryabhata was launched in 1975 by the soviet union.

Rohini- is the first Indian satellite placed in orbit by the Indian launch vehicle.

The launch vehicle used to place the Rohini- in orbit is the SLV-3 i.e.(satellite launch vehicle-3).

India also launched Bhaskara-I and II with the help of the Soviet Union.

At the next stage of the development, India developed two advanced rocket launch vehicles.

The first Rocket launch vehicle was the PSLV (Polar satellite launch vehicle).

The next rocket launch vehicle satellite was the GSLV (Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle).

The rocket launch vehicles are used to take the satellite from earth to space and put the satellite in the orbit.

PSLV is used to put the satellite in the polar orbit of the earth and the GSLV is used to put the satellite in the Geosynchronous orbit of the earth.

After so much advanced developments, India has concentrated on the other bodies of the universe.

In the year of 2008, ISRO sent the Chandrayan in the lunar orbit. It gave information about the presence of water on the moon.

In the year 2013, ISRO has also sent the Mars orbiter. The name of Mars orbiter is the Mangalyan.

Mangalyan is the first successful Mars orbiter in the world which is orbiting in the orbit of Mars.

India is continuously progressing in the field of space research and in future India will be the most successful country in the field of space research and development

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ISRO is India's space research organisation. It was established in 1969 by Dr. Vikram Sarabhai.

PSLV is used to put the satellite in the polar orbit of the earth and the GSLV is used to put the satellite in the Geosynchronous orbit of the earth.

In the year of 2008, ISRO sent the Chandrayan in the lunar orbit. It gave information about the presence of water on the moon.

In the year 2013, ISRO has also sent the Mars orbiter. The name of Mars orbiter is the Mangalyan.

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