Isro will do it , infact they are going for the lunar rover lander once again
The India doesn’t want to fall behind other countries for too long, so India is going to take a shortcut, I hope India would succeed
Somehow we need to contain the brain drain, everything else is just in our reach
ISRO Said there space station will be Smaller then international SS.
SO I guess maintenance expenses will be lower as well.
the Garvit's Way
Indeed, we are gonna have the first best space station soon.
It's hard but has to be achieved and will be
Yah it will be hard bt still we hope for our best
I know now some people gonna laugh on us and criticise India for no reason.
May be we gonna fail in 1st attempt.
But we are trying , and everyone has to start with smaller things.
But they lied to the public saying mission was 98% successful. Recently some guy found debris on moon but isro didn't acknowledge it.
@Onepunch Man bro we all know thr lander part of Mission was crashed....
Everyone will try to cover up their failure...
No agency will direct says that thay failed to avoid criticism...
No doubt they failed but Cost of that mission was nothing compared to other agencies!
@Onepunch Man it was partially successful because orbiter is working perfectly fine
the US and Russia had many many failures in the 50s and 60s but still kept going to launch people into space and space stations.
I heard about this in lecture this afternoon.
Seems India will never gonna giveup the space race, All the best to india, our fingers are crossed.
Which lecture.. Where are you from?
Why should we give up?
Our ISRO is an evidence that Brown people can conquer space.
It has achieved a lot compared to it's budged.
If you just mention ISRO in any video, you will get a like from any indian.. That's how much we are proud of it. Love India.. love science.!!
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How does India manage to have a space program and an ambitious space station? India should be a role model for developing nations who wants its own ambitious space program
@Cholo Del rosari0 Yes.. The foundation of India's space prpgram was laid by Dr. Vikram Sarabhai and we all Indians are always grateful for that. ISRO has been learning from many failures.
Cheers to the great number of scientists who are working for country's progress with so much dedication, provided a small budget.
Cholo Del rosari0
Philippines should learn from India on having a space program. The question would be if India is willing to send us technical assistance ,not only in the Philippines but to other developing nations. India should be a role model for us
Thank you for covering our humble space program! We might not be the richest space agency, but we are the most efficient!
No, ISRO is planning to have a space station of 3-4 tonnes, which can be taken into space in one or two rides. ISS is something around 20 tonnes.
ISS is more than 100 tons whereas ISRO's space station is around 20 tons.