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Assam CM praises PM Modi for setting “path breaking goals”

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Tuesday praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for setting “path-breaking goals” and giving an “unprecedented impetus” to the nation’s science and tech ecosystem for the next two decades.

Notably, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday chaired a high-level meeting to assess the progress of India’s Gaganyaan Mission and to outline the future of India’s space exploration endeavours and said the country should now aim for new and ambitious goals, including setting up

‘Bharatiya Antariksha Station’ by 2035 and sending first Indian to the Moon by 2040.
Taking to social media platform X, Himanta said, “Setting up of a space station and launch of a manned mission to the Moon are path breaking goals set forward by the Hon’ble Prime Minister. This will give an unprecedented impetus to the nation’s science and tech ecosystem for the next two decades.”

Prime Minister also called upon Indian scientists to work towards interplanetary missions that would include a Venus Orbiter Mission and a Mars Lander.

It was noted that around 20 major tests, including 3 uncrewed missions of the Human Rated Launch Vehicle (HLVM3) are planned. The first demonstration flight of the Crew Escape System Test Vehicle is scheduled for October 21 (Saturday).

ISRO is all set for the Flight Test Vehicle Abort Mission a key part of its ambitious human space mission Gaganyaan, between 7 am and 9 am this Saturday. This flight will simulate the abort condition during the ascent trajectory. Crew escape systems with crude modules will be separated from the test vehicle at an altitude of about 17 km.

Subsequently, the abort sequence will be executed autonomously commencing with the separation of the crew escape systems and deployment of the series of parachutes, finally culminating in the safe touchdown of the crew module in the sea, about 10 km from the coast of Sriharikota.

To realize this vision, the Department of Space will develop a roadmap for Moon exploration. “This will encompass a series of Chandrayaan missions, the development of a Next Generation Launch Vehicle (NGLV), construction of a new launch pad, setting up human-centric Laboratories and associated technologies,” Prime Minister’s Office said in a release.

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