ISRO Ramping: A Space Station In Space To Compete With America And China, India Is Approaching The Target Of Completion By 2035: A space station is a large man-made vehicle sent into space. It is permanently installed in space. So that the astronauts going there will be comfortable.
ISRO Build Own Space Station
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is going even further. After receiving many great achievements, ISRO is preparing for more ambitious experiments. India plans to have its own space station by 2035. The Indian Space Research Organization has also provided a plan to the industry for this. In fact, ISRO proposed to the industry to build a rocket capable of putting heavy payloads into orbit. They will partner with ISRO. Such rockets are called Next Generation Launch Vehicles (NGLV). ISRO Chairman S Somnath said that the space agency is working on the design of the rocket and wants industries to participate in its development. Somnath revealed this while talking to ‘PTA Language’ here. “Our endeavor is to bring the industry in the development process. We don’t need to invest all the money. We want the industry to invest in building this rocket for all of us,” he said.
Plan to build the space station by 2023
The rocket is planned to carry a payload of 10 tonnes to Geostationary Transfer Orbit (GTO) or a payload of 20 tonnes to Low Earth Orbit, he said. Another ISRO official disclosed that the new rocket will be helpful as India plans to set up its space station by 2035. At the same time, deep space missions, manned space flights, cargo missions, and multiple communication satellites can be launched into orbit. He also has one eye.
The NGLV is designed to be a simple, robust machine for bulk production. This makes transportation in space economical. Somnath said Polar Satellite Launch Vehicles (PSLVs) are based on technology developed in the 1980s and cannot be used to launch rockets in the future.
Rockets cost thousands of dollars
ISRO plans to launch NGLVs within a year. It will be offered to the industry for production with its first launch in 2030. NGLV will make a green-fueled three-stage rocket using either methane, liquid oxygen, or kerosene, liquid oxygen. According to Somnath’s presentation at a conference earlier this month.
What will happen to the space station?
A space station is a large man-made vehicle sent into space. It is permanently installed in space. So that the astronauts going there will be comfortable. This big spaceship there can be said to be the home of astronauts. It revolves around the earth. Astronauts go and stay here. All the research that cannot be done on earth is done here. Space stations are launched into space in several parts according to their size and weight. Once there all those components or modules are connected together with docking technology.
America, Russia, and China already have this facility.
At present America, Russia and China have this facility all over the world. US and Russia have been running their stations in partnership for the past 24 years, while China will launch its space station Tiangong Central Module in the year 2021. With this move, China has come very close to building its own space station. Once the Tiangong Space Station is completed, China will become the only country in the world to currently have its own space station.
Russia announced its station
On the one hand, if the Chinese space station is almost ready, on the other hand, it is thought that the partnership between America and Russia in the International Space Station may break at any time. Russia is already building its own dedicated space station. It will start after 2 years from 2024. The main reason for the breakdown of this partnership is said to be the Russia-Ukraine war. In fact, the war between Russia and Ukraine has been going on for the past 8 months. America’s support to Ukraine in this war is driving the distance between the two countries. US space agency NASA wants to extend this partnership till 2030. But Russia began preparations for its new space station several years ago.