India will have its own space station in space, ISRO is going to take big step
India will have its own space station in space, ISRO is going to take big step

New Delhi: Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is currently working on several important projects simultaneously. While scientists have not yet given up on attempting to contact Chandrayaan-2 with Vikram Lander. On the other hand, preparations for India's first manned mission Gaganyaan is also going on full swing. Meanwhile, now ISRO chief K Sivan has given information about another big project. This project is something that ISRO has never done before.

K Sivan has talked about India's station in space. A few months ago. Sivan had told that India is going to build its space station. Now for this, ISRO is going to do the Spadex - Space Docking Experiment next year. For this experiment, ISRO will send two satellites into space with the help of a PSLV Rocket. These two satellite modules will be designed so that they can connect to each other after the rocket comes out in space. This will also be the most difficult process.

According to K Sivan, this process of joining will be exactly like connecting one brick to another to build a building. Small things join together to form larger sizes. This process is also the most important for building a space station. The success of this experiment will only know whether we will be able to deliver the necessary items and astronauts safely in the space station. Let me tell you that before 2025 it was planned to leave rockets.

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