Pushpak Viman launch to facilitate space travel is successful

Amaravati: The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has achieved great success in a crucial experiment undertaken to facilitate Rodasi travel. ISRO on Friday successfully tested India’s first reusable launch vehicle “Pushpak Viman” which is being developed with indigenous know-how. The reusable rocket “Pushpak Viman” was launched from the ‘Chalakere Runway’ of the Department of Defense in Karnataka at 7 am. As part of the experiment, Pushpak landed on the runway by himself and it was a milestone. ISRO has revealed that this experiment was carried out to achieve the most complex ‘Robotic Landing’ capability, and this experiment was successful. This is ISRO’s 3rd test of reusable launch vehicle (RLV). The 6.5 meter long, 1.75 tonne pushpak is launched from a Choonak helicopter at a height of 4.5 km in the sky towards a designated target on the ground.

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