Blast Off! India's Upcoming Space Missions in 2024

NISAR, an Indo-US collaboration, will revolutionize Earth observation, mapping the planet in unprecedented detail with advanced radar technology


Witness history as Gaganyaan-1, India's first human spaceflight, launches in late 2024, carrying three astronauts on a 7-day orbital mission


India's Mangalyaan-2 will study Martian weather, search for signs of life, and contribute crucial data to our understanding of the Red Plane


Launching in 2025, the orbiter will study Venus' thick atmosphere, map its surface features, and investigate the possibility of past oceans on the planet


INSAT-3DS, the next-gen INSAT communication satellite, will enhance services, boost weather forecasting, and provide crucial data for disaster management


XPS will study the polarization of X-rays emitted by celestial objects, providing insights into black holes, neutron stars, and other cosmic phenomena

X-ray Polarimeter Satellite

RISAT-1B Earth observation satellites, will provide high-resolution radar images for disaster management, infrastructure monitoring, and border security

RISAT-1B and Resourcesat-3

Aditya-L1, India's first dedicated solar mission, will study the Sun's corona, providing insights into solar flares, space weather, and the impact on Earth's climate


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