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Indian Cryogenic Engine GSLV D3 Failed

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  1. jha

    jha ELITE MEMBER

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    sorry ..it under performed.....
     
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    gayi bhains pani main........better luck next time Isro
     
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    No it is not a Complete Success! Valid mission data has been collected and would be used for Second Testing of Indegenious Cryogenic Engine!

    We have a History of 29 Successful Launches, these things are learning experience.

    Yes indeed launching it has made us in top 5 (or only 5), hold on your horses as we have a long way to go as others are quite ahead!
     
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    not an complete successs

    but not to be disappointed we will return with a bang afterall its ISRO have faith in them
     
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    God willing, we will try successfully with our own cryo engine within a year. We are proud of you ISRO.
     
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    Good work ISRO, Better luck next time, we know that we had 29 straight successful launches, Cant always have success, We know ISRO would take it as a challenge and Rectify the fault in it, till them I am waiting for the next launch
     
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    even usa and japan failed in their 1st attempt with cryogenic engine
    isro chairman said we will have a re-launch within a year
     
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    Thats shows the amount of confidence.... Good luck ISRO, always proud of you
     
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    Its the sheer hardwork of ISRO scientists that they reached 3rd Stage of cryogenic ignition. Cryogenic engine is a ccomplex tech. It requires hell lods of time and testing, they have got the mission data and they will start working on the next launch.
     
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    Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle D3 failed after launch of 505 second. GSLV D3 sucessfully completed first 2 stage and than failed at 3 stage. ISRO said they will try again after 1 year.

    LAUNCH OF GSLV-D3 FAILS: ISRO
    ITGD Bureau
    New Delhi/Sriharikota (Andhra Pradesh), April 15,2010


    Minutes after the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) launched its ambitious Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-D3) on Thursday afternoon, the rocket deviated from its scheduled path and the link with it was lost.

    While the fate of the rocket was yet to be known, ISRO chairman K. Radhakrishnan was quick in admitting that the launch had failed.

    GSLV-D3 was country's first rocket powered by a totally indigenous cryogenic engine. Its successful launch would have seen India through to an elite club comprising only the US, Russia, China, Japan and the European Space Agency.

    The rocket blasted off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at 4.27 pm. The 416-tonne launch vehicle was slated to inject GSAT-4, an advanced communication satellite weighing 2,218 kg into geo transfer orbit (GTO), 36,000 km away from the earth.

    Though the first three phases of launch were successful, the rocket started deviating from its path after about 8 minutes. Soon after, the link with it was lost.


    http://indiatoday.intoday.in/site/Story/92970/Breaking%20News/LAUNCH OF GSLV-D3 FAILS: ISRO
    http://www.mynews.in/News/GSLV-D3_launch_failed_as_it_tumbled_down_after_505_second_N46876.html
     
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    The Hindu : News : India's indigenous GSLV-D3 rocket fails in mission

    India's indigenous GSLV-D3 rocket fails in mission

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    India’s GSLV D3 rocket, powered for the first time by an indigenous cryogenic engine, blasted off on time here Thursday with a GSAT 4 satellite. But there was tension minutes later as the rocket stopped emitting signals.

    After the rocket attained a height of 60 km, scientists at the control room here said they’d stopped getting signals.
     
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    What a sad fuckin moment, :(
     
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    terrible for all those scientists who worked for over 18 yrs fir this launch. Still, proud of ISRO
     
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    i had a feeling that it would coz of the history plsv slv etc failed for the first time usa japan also failed first time
     
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    It is just a experimental launch.

    also its not 100% failed.
     
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