New Delhi: The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has been setting benchmarks for its worldwide partners and has picked up a strong solid footing in the space race.
n its most recent move, the Indian space office has chosen to raise the recurrence of its dispatches up a score to 12 every year from the seven at present by building more satellites and bringing down the cost of access to space.
"Prior, we were doing 2-3 (dispatches) every year, then we expanded it to 4-5, most recent couple of years we have been doing seven dispatches," space organization Chairman A S Kiran Kumar told PTI.
"Presently, we are attempting to go up to 8-9 PSLV every year, two GSLV-Mk II and one GSLV-Mk III. Add up to around 12 every year," he said.
ISRO is attempting to expand its ability to convey by scaling up the recurrence of dispatches by building more satellites, bringing down the cost of access to space and furthermore to do heavier satellite dispatches, the Chairman said.
The space office is developing a moment vehicle get together working to enhance the turnaround time and throughput for the PSLV so that with a similar platform ISRO can accomplish more dispatches, he said.
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