Four astronauts from India were identified for the future crewed orbital spacecraft mission Gaganyaan.
ISRO chief, K. Shivan on Wednesday made an announcement on the forecoming ISRO’s two spacecraft mission Gaganyaan and Chandraayan-3.
On his report he said that four astronauts from India were identified for the crewed orbital spacecraft mission Gaganyaan. This spacecraft mission is planned to be launched in 2022. However, the training for the astronauts is to begin in the third week of January in Russia. This Human Spaceflight Programme is planned for seven days.
He also spoke about Chandraayan-3. He said that the initiation for the mission was approved and will be made ready by the next year. He expressed his happiness on the successful ongoing mission Chandraayan-2. Though Vikram moon lander has ended up in a failure, Chandraayan-2 was a very successful ongoing mission as said by K. Shivan.
Source: India Today