MANGALORE, Feb 26, Sandipan Sharma: While there is no affirmed program to put human payload into space, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is however chipping away at a few zones of new innovation that can make this conceivable, said K Radhakrishnan, director, ISRO. One such innovation – that is the team module – will be tried with the test flight of GSLV Mk-III launch vehicle that will be started in late May or unanticipated some piece of June, Radhakrishnan noted.
Communicating with media on the sidelines of 32nd convocation of Mangalore University, where he was the head visitor, Radhakrishnan said in 2006-07, a study was tackled potential outcomes and competencies of putting people into space, that is around 275-400kms from Earth, keep them for a week, and carry them securely to Earth. GSLV Mk-III launch will empower ISRO to test how the rocket short the cryogenic stage and the module will work.
To shield lives of group, steps are additionally being taken to distinguish disappointments ready for proposed flight with the goal that the team might be launched out to wellbeing in time and a team escape framework is continuously chipped away at.