ISRO’s Former Chairman Madhavan Nair “Shocked” Over Unsuccessful Satellite Launch
ISRO GSLV-F10 Mission: The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched GSLV-F10 rocket, with an earth perception satellite (EOS-03) on board, on Thursday at 05:43 hours as booked, from Sriharikota spaceport. The mission was not effective.
Veteran space researcher G Madhavan Nair communicated shock over the ineffective GSLV-F10 launch mission yet said the ISRO is sufficiently versatile to skip back.
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched GSLV-F10 rocket, with an earth perception satellite (EOS-03) on board, today at 05:43 hours as planned, from Sriharikota spaceport.
“Execution of first and second stages was typical. In any case, Cryogenic Upper Stage start didn’t occur because of technical problem. The mission couldn’t be implement as planned”, the space organization tweeted.
Mr Nair, during whose residency of a long time from 2003 as ISRO Chairman 25 success missions were completed, shown that difficulties of this sort isn’t strange and said ISRO do not lose heart.
“This is an extremely mind boggling mission. Regularly, the Cryogenic stage is the most troublesome one contrasted with any remaining rocket impetuses”, Mr Nair told news office Press Trust of India.
ISRO, he said, had dominated the cryogenic innovation throughout the long term and its history on this count isn’t that terrible as compare with European nations and Russia where disappointment of cryogenic stage was in the scope of around 20%.
“This is the eighth launch of cryogenic stage. The first was an issue (unsuccessful). later, any remaining launches turned in course reading execution. There is a limited chance of disappointment with any system failure . We need not be discouraged . And yet, we have to go to the main point of failure and fix it with the goal that we don’t occur next time”, Mr Nair said.
Also, he added: “It’s a shock for us all. Be that as it may, we will recapture from this shock soon and we will be in the groove again. The ISRO people group is adequately versatile to face such challenges”.
EOS-03 was a cutting edge deft earth perception satellite which was to be set in a Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit by GSLV-F10. Along these lines, the satellite was to arrive at the last geostationary orbit utilizing its locally available on dynamic system.