India opens space center as manned space flight

ISRO has launched the Human Space Flight Center (HSFC) in Bangalore, a facility for the realization of manned space flight using the Gaganyaan orbital line in 2021.

HSFC aims to achieve continuous activity in space through astronaut training and mission planning, as well as developing life support systems for spacecraft. The orbiter Gaganian currently under development is scheduled to hold unmanned orbit meeting in December 2020 and manned flight at the end of 2021. Of course, there are still many challenges in this plan. Of course, all of these challenges need to be addressed to achieve self-guided space flight.

But beyond that, India will have the power to take the astronauts to orbit on their own, without the help of other nations. It can also be expected to help secure future space resources. For more information, please click here .



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