information about ISRO- Indian Space Research Organisation( ISRO)

  Important Achievements of  ISRO (ISRO Stands for Indian Space Research Organisation)

Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is the National Space Institute of India ISRO is headquartered in Bangalore (Bangalore) in the province of Karnataka, with approximately seventeen thousand employees and scientists working in this institute.

  • The Indian Internal Research Organization (ISRO) campaign was started by Dr. Vikram Sarabhai, considered to be the father of Indian Space Program.
  • ISRO's current director AS Kiran Kumar.
  • Indian space program started in 1962
  • Subsequently, in 1963, the Rocket Loncing Station was established in Thumba (Kerala).
  • The first rocket was launched from this station on November 21, 1963.
  • After that in 1965, the Center for Space Science and Technology was established in Thumba (Kerala)
  • In the year 1967, India's first rocket Rohini-75 (Rohini-75) was developed at this center.
  • In 1968, Thumba (Kerala) was dedicated to the appointed nation.
  • In 1969, the highest organization of the Indian Space Program (ISRO) was formed.
  • (ISRO) launched its first satellite (Aryabhatta) 19 April 1975 satellite (Aryabhatta) with the help of Soviet Union
  • Apple (Ariane Passenger Payload Experiment) India

ISRO set world record

Indian Internal Research Organization has created a world record from Sriharikota Space Center on February 15, 2017. ISRO has successfully launched 104 satellites through PSLV, now it was the name of the World Record Russia, Russia sent 37 satellites together in 2014.

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