Gaganyaan Test Flight Aborted 5 Seconds Before Launch Over “Anomaly”

“Motor start has not occurred in the ostensible course. We need to figure out what turned out badly,” ISRO boss S Somanath said.


New Delhi: The main test for the Gaganyaan human space flight mission was canceled only seconds before the booked send off. The Indian Space Exploration Association has not made sense of why the send off was held.

“Motor start has not occurred in the ostensible course because of a peculiarity. We need to figure out what turned out badly. The vehicle is protected, and we will declare the explanation after an examination,” ISRO boss S Somanath said from the Mission Control Center.


Test Vehicle D1 mission was planned for a takeoff from the principal platform at 8 a.m. which was changed to 8.45 am. However, only 5 seconds before the send off, the commencement halted. ISRO is supposed to declare another date for the test soon.


“What has happened is that the ground support PC doing this capability has kept the send off considering the abnormality noticed. We will return subsequent to grasping the irregularity, right it, and timetable the send off very soon,” the space organization’s Executive said.


The test vehicle mission is the ancestor to the Gaganyaan program which means to send people into space on a Low Earth Circle of 400kms for three days and take them securely back to the Earth.


The principal test, which couldn’t be led today, will take a gander at the viability of the group get away from framework, which can be utilized to launch space travelers in crises.


It will be trailed by another dry run conveying a robot to space before the last monitored mission happens.


“Before a definitive monitored ‘Gaganyaan’ mission, there will be a dry run one year from now, which will convey Vyommitra, the female robot space traveler,” Association Priest Jitendra Singh said.


This program will make India the fourth country to send off a monitored spaceflight mission after the US, Russia, and China.


Expanding on the progress of the Indian space drives, including the new Chandrayan-3 and Aditya L1 missions, Head of the state Narendra Modi coordinated that India ought to now go for the gold aggressive objectives, including setting up ‘Bharatiya Antariksha Station’ (Indian Space Station) by 2035 and sending the primary Indian to the Moon by 2040.

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