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Role of ISRO in India

Posted On 2016-01-01

Role of ISRO in India

• The Indian Space Research Organization is the premiere space agency of the Government of India. It was established in 1969 and is administrated by the Department of Space of the Indian government.

 

• The Indian Space Research Organization is the sixth largest government run space agency in the world and stands in line with the other leaders of space research and development such as NASA, RKA, ESA, CNSA and JAXA. Early Development

 

• ISRO’s predecessor was the Indian National Committee for Space Research. The organization’s first venture was the Aryabhatta which was indigenously developed and launched by the Soviet Union in 1975.

 

• The first satellite that ISRO developed and launched using its own launch vehicle SLV-3 was called Rohini. Subsequently, the organization developed two launch vehicles-the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV), which could place satellites in a polar orbit, and Geostationary Satellite Launch Vehicle, which could introduce satellites in a geostationary orbit. Contributions and Roles

 

• In 2008, the ISRO launched its most ambitious project so far-the Chandrayaan-I, which was the organization’s first lunar probe.

 

• The Indian Science and Research Organization plays a major role in managing the logistics in various fields of administration, management and industries. The satellite communication network used by India is one of the largest networks in the world and is employed in fields such as land management, natural disaster forecasting, weather forecasting, water resources management, administrative services, radio networking etc.

 

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