Top 5 upcoming projects of ISRO

Top 5 upcoming projects of ISRO: ISRO stands for Indian space research organization. ISRO has had many Remarkable milestone since their launch in 1969. ISRO created a world record by launching 104 satellite in single mission. India became the first country to successfully reach Mars in its first attempt. Here is run down of five major activities that ISRO is right now chipping away at:

Top 5 upcoming projects of ISRO

1. PSLV-C38 / Cartosat- 2 series satellite


PSLV-C38
Cartosat-2 is remote sensing satellite that is similar in configuration to earlier satellite with objective of providing high-resolution​ scene specific spot imagery providing data in various scale. It weighs about 714 KG. This is comparable in design to prior satellites in the arrangement. 

2. Aditya


Aditya
Aditya/ Aditya-L1 is a spacecraft whose mission is to study sun. ISRO is wanting to complete the mission to the sun by the year 2019 or 2020. The taste is named as aditya-1 and it's weight is about 400 KG. The project cost approximately RS 400 crore and is joint venture between ISRO and physicists institute Astrophysics, Bengaluru.

3. Chandrayaan- 2

Chandrayaan-2
ISRO is wanting to arrive on moon again. Chandrayaan- 2 will be India's second mission to the moon. This mission is more advanced than first mission to the moon. There are three component of the mission, An orbiter, a lander and a Rover. It will be launched in the first few couple of months of 2018. It will be take off from the space agency's launch facility at the sriharikota high altitude range.
4. AVATAR

AVATAR
AVATAR stands for "Aerobic vehicle for transatmospheric hypersonic Aerospace Transportation" is a concept for unmanned single stage reusable spacecraft capable of horizontal take off and landing. ISRO'S AVATAR is quite different from NASA's space shuttle in terms of design, engine and overall cost. 

5. GSAT-17

GSAT-17
GSAT-17 is a media communication satellite. It is build by ISRO and operated by INSAT. It's weighs is about 3477 kG. It is build mainly for broadcasting, telecommunication and VSAT serviced, carries over 40 transponders. The project cost is approximately RS 1013 crores.


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