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ISRO - Tentative Launch Schedule till 2020

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  1. Indo-guy

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    2014 March - PSLV C24 - IRNSS-1B
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    after 2020
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    So first orbital launch of gslv mk3 is in 2017. Thats a little dissapointing.
     
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    For a totally new launch vehicle like GSLV Mk III ...3 years from first experimental flight is not bad .

    although GSLV Mk III has been delayed by almost 4 years ....

    the GSLV Mk III experimental flight was initially envisaged almost back in 2010 ...when it was first announced at the beginning on this millennium ...
     
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    RISAT-1A after 2017 ??? :hitwall:

    Do they think 2 satellites are enough??
     
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    How many here believe the manned space launch by 2030 date?
     
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    I don't. I personally consider it a waste of money.
     
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    What he meant was; how many here believe it'll take India another decade above their present schedule to realize the manned space launch?
     
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    I don't pay much attention to him because his job is to drop in every thread in the Indian sections and troll.
     
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    Human space mission is important first step towards space exploration in 'future'.

    We need to prepare for future in advance .

    as technologies advance , the moon mining and colonization of mars may become reality after another hundred years . We should not be left behind when it happens .

    India's entry will actually lead to decrease in cost of space exploration .

    It should be viewed as investment in future than wastage of money .

    we waste far larger quantum of our resources anyways .

    Money spent on science is never wasted !
     
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    RISAT is one of the most sophisticated satellite ISRO has. It took ISRO 10 years to develop its payloads.
    we do have two RISAT satellites functioning at the moment . I think 2017 is not bad after all given so many missions that ISRO has up its sleeves to work upon .

    ISRO needs more launch pads , more launch vehicles , more launch missions , more man power ....and they are doing it gradually .
     
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