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Space VIsiion 2025

Space VIsiion 2025



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    • SPACE VISION INDIA : 2025 Presented by :-
    • CONTENTS• Introduction to major points• Description of the space vision: 2025• Types of launch vehicles• Missions to Mars, Venus, Asteroids• Human Space Missions• Summarization
    • MAJOR POINTS• Satellite based communication systems for rural connectivity• Enhanced imaging capability for natural resource management• Space science missions• Planetary exploration• Development of Heavy lift launcher• Reusable Launch Vehicles - Technology demonstrator missions leading to Two Stage To Orbit (TSTO)• Human Space Flight
    • In the year : 2025
    • Reusable Launch Vehicle… for repeated use of the costly hardware
    • Reusable Launch Vehicle using Air Breathing Propulsion
    • ISRO Launch Vehicle Family Aug 1979 /July 1980 May 1992 Oct 1994 Apr 2001 Middle 2010 SLV ASLV PSLV GSLV GSLV Mk-IIIHeight (m) 22 23.5 44 49 42.43Lift-off wt(t) 17 39 295 414 632Payload kg 40 150 1400 2000 4000Orbit LEO LEO POLAR GTO GTO
    • Missions to Mars, Venus, Asteroids Flyby Capabilities (kg) Orbital Capabilities (kg)Mars Venus Asteroid Mars Venus Asteroid728-777 717-766 556-862 PSLV 172-213 107-146 80-1861219-1302 1260-1346 625-1514 GSLV 402-584 247-328 150-4432617-2793 2705-2890 1342-3250 Mk III 882-1060 542-719 182-972
    • Chandrayaan 1  Launched by PSLV 11: 313 t  Date of Launch : 22nd Oct 2008 Chandrayaan 1 India 1380 kg
    • Labeled figure of CHANDRAYAAN-2
    • Indian Human Space Flight ProgrammeTo develop a space vehicle to carry crew of two to LEO and return safely to apredetermined destination on earth Crew escape system (ces) Crew module Service module Orbital vehicle
    • Human Space Mission : Vehicle configurationGSLV MkII Manned Configuration Manned capsule Launch Escape System Vehicle Height : 51.5 m Lift-off Mass : 417 t Crew Module Service Module
    • Indian Space Transportation Vision 2025 Indigenous Cryogenic Upper Stage (CUS) 2009 Geo Synchronous Launch Vehicle MK III 2010 Semi cryogenic Engines 2015 Indian Human Space Mission Reusable Launch Vehicle 2016 High thrust cryogenic Engine Boosters 2017 Air- breathing Engines 2018 Interplanetary Mission to beyond MARS Advanced Propulsion for Planetary Exploration 2020 Two Stage To Orbit to reduce the Cost Single Stage To Orbit using Air breathing Propulsion 2025
    • Thank You