ISRO successfully tests cryogenic engine for Gaganyaan rocket
– World Affairs SRS
Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) Cryogenic Engine Qualification Test for Gaganyaan Program Successfully Conducted for a Duration of 720 Seconds ISRO Propulsion Complex (IPRC), Mahendragiri, Tamil Nadu. According to the space agency, the engine’s performance met the test objectives and the engine’s parameters matched closely with predictions during the entire duration of the test.
This successful long-duration test is a major milestone for the manned space program – Gaganyaan. This ensures the reliability and robustness of the cryogenic engine for induction into the man-rated launch vehicle of Gaganyaan. In addition, this engine would undergo four more tests for a total duration of 1810 seconds. Thereafter, another engine will undergo two short duration tests and one long duration test to meet cryogenic engine qualification for the Gaganyaan programme.
Important facts for all competitive exams:
- ISRO Chairman and Space Secretary: Dr. S Somnath;
- ISRO Headquarters: Bengaluru, Karnataka;
- Establishment of ISRO: 15 August 1969.
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