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Old 11-04-2009, 07:58 AM
kansrin kansrin is offline
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Cool Cryogenic Engine

when is our own Cryo Engine is scheduled for launch, Any ideas?
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Old 04-03-2010, 03:46 AM
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Hi kansrin
my name is Rama Anne ,as per news that I have gathered ISRO has two GSLV class of vehicles ,one of them needs a cryogenic stage that lasts 150 seconds ,the other twin enginee and GSLV-MKIII needs 200 seconds as per the tests conducted so far 150 seconds test passed with flying colors(over 500 parameters passed) the other 200 secds test(one parameter deviated out of 500 ) so they will repeat it,stand by for updates.
But to luanch GSAT-4 (will be between April 15 th -April 30th-2010) 150 seconds duration is more than enough for GSLV at the moment fabrication ,integration is going on so keep monitoring news this month .
Immediately will be PSLV-C15
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Old 04-22-2010, 09:47 AM
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Hi Sanman
Iam in 100 percent agreement with you.What we as Indians need to do is stand by our scientists encourage them ,In space technologies there is a never a failure ,misison not fully accomplished but next cycle we will have a mission accomplished 100 percent.India needs to look forward ,all future space missions are very important to India especially Manned missions ,with youth infused and ISRO setting up Cutting edge infrastructure in training and development we hope it will be exciting time for ISRO and space enthusiasts like us
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