As it is known, many countries are attempting to launch new rockets in the space race. Some of them succeed, while others fail despite millions of dollars of effort. The most recent example of this has been witnessed in India. The rocket that India wants to launch into Earth orbit to track cyclones and other natural disasters in real time The launch attempt failed.
According to the information conveyed by the country’s space agency, the rocket was launched shortly after launching from the Sriharikota space center in the south of India. technical fault in the third and final ignition stages occurred.
Satellite expected to fall to Earth soon
While the agency has made no casual statement about what will happen to the rocket and satellite after the ignition failure, an outside expert named Pallava Bagla said: As the third stage could not be fired, it needed to be put into orbit. could not reach the required altitude. It will soon fall to Earth. ” said.
According to the Economic Times, this new rocket is the fourth to fail amid 14 fixed platform rockets launched since 2001. India runs a space program that allows it to develop satellite, liaison, and remote sensing technologies that help to predict storms and floods, from fish migration trajectories. Government, first manned space travel by 2022 at the latest says it will be performed.