ISRO ONCE AGAIN CREATED HISTORY

 

New Delhi,March 31,(globelmedianews.com):
ISRO once again created history.The launch of Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-F 08) has successfully launched the GSAT-6 satellite with a rocket capable of successfully landing at 36,000 km of ground fixed orbit.Satish Dhawan Space Center / Sriharikota High Altitude Range (Shor) Center, India's military capacity will increase significantly with the high power s band communication satellite experiments built on the E-2K Satellite Bus with a GSLV racket of 2,140 kg.This experiment was successful with a third stage liquid fuel-driven engine that fully utilizes domestic technology. Mobile communication becomes more widespread and efficient as the multi-beam coverage facility comes with the GSAT-6A, which works with a 10-year time limit. ISRO has succeeded in launching a hundredth satellite launch in January this year after failing PSLV-C39 launch last August.


ISRO ONCE AGAIN CREATED HISTORY

ISRO has expressed hope that ten satellite experiments, including Chandrayaan-2, which have been headed this year due to the success of the GSAT-6 launch, PSLV-C-41, and GSLV-MK2 are expected to be launched in June, following the GSLV-MK2 rocket launch. The launch of the Chandrayaan II to be held in October was delayed by the launch of the launch of the spacecraft. The space shuttles are trying to experiment on the moon. As part of that Ray Soul, India is trying hard to launch the Lander, Rover, Lunar Rabi Turks with their own knowledge of the moon. ISRO scientists have been confident that the full moon lunar day (the phase when it comes to landing around the Earth, and the phase of the moon) is likely to occur in May-September. The Helium-3 (Helian) mineral moon that is used to produce Chandrayaan-2 mission safe radio thrombotic power costs over Rs 800 crore is widespread on the moon. World Space Countries are competing to find opportunities to bring that mineral to Earth. Chandra Anne 2 experiment arbitrator, lander, rovers to turn around the moon and overturn it and aim at chemical tests on the soil there. Moreover, there are no attempts to land in the helium-3 ore. The Chandrayaan 2 experiment, which is entirely domestic, is intended to explore the future of environmental and radioactive accidental power generation. The most lightweight, radioactive helium isotope, Helium Monism is rarely available on Earth. Heelan scientist estimates that the world's future energy source. Apart from traditional fusion reactors, helium fusion reactors do not only release large amounts of energy but also do not have radiation. Fusion reactors that are made with heli yarn fuel are more dangerous than nuclear fuel that is conventional uranium-related substances. Increasing global warming with fossil fuels like coal and fossil fuels and developing countries are looking to produce the most dangerous nuclear power as a source of serious climate change on the planet. Developed countries seek to produce nuclear non-nuclear energy (energy) through alternative green technologies in the face of global movements against nuclear power generation. At the same time, developed countries are trying to get rid of the world's economic and climate crisis from reducing the nuclear power backward and developing countries. The technological solution will be made available to the ecological destruction that creates a sustainable industrial policy that is based on the use of fossil fuel if it is able to bring Helian's fuel from the moon to the fore. It is not unfortunate to imagine that the future of such a devastating competition for the Helian reserves on the moon, which has once had no rivalry between developed countries for the dominance of the Middle East oil reserves. It is unlikely that Vanguard can be the ultimate power of the future in the experiments that bring Helian's mineral. The success of imperialist China and helium mining, which has already been dominated by nuclear reactors, advanced weaponry, and international technology in the use of space technology as well as mobile technology, has been a success in the world and is not a superpowered power in the world. GSLV-based Chandrayaan experiments are the hype of India's future

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