Indian space research organization established 15 august 1969 and the aim of it �Manav jati ki seva mai Antrariksa Praudyogiki �. The headquartered in the city of Bengaluru. The first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru and his close aide and scientist vikaram sarabhai. ISRO always updating with new advanced technology and creating strong place in world space sector. ISRO is establishing new record every year.
The great personalities (APJ Abdul kalam, Dr K Radhakrishnan, etc) had given their great contribution in new direction and Success of ISRO. Specially APJ Abdul Kalam had created the history in ISRO. Mr. Kalam was transferred to the Indian space research organization (ISRO) where he was the project director of India First Indigenous satellite launch vehicle (SLV_III) which successfully deployed the Rohini satellite in near earth orbit in july 1980. Joining ISRO was the biggest achievement in his life and he said to have found himself when he started to work on the SLV project. During the period between 1970 and 1990 kalam made an effort to develop the polar SLV and SLV III projects both of which proved to be success.
ISRO built India's first satellite, aryabhata which was launched by the soviety Union on 19 April 1975. It was named after the mathematician Aryabhata.
Rohini became the first satellite to be placed in orbit.
Known better by its popular name Insat, The system is a network of satellites that facilitates communication and broadcasting across the south Asian region. The first satellite in the series was placed into orbit in 1983 and ushered in a revolution in India�s television and radio broadcasting, telecommunications and meteorological sector. Nine satellites are operational.
It developed two other rockets the polar satellite launch vehicle (PSLV) for launching satellites into polar orbits and the geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle (GSLV) for placing satellites into geostationary orbits.
India�s first unmanned lunar probe was launched almost a decade ago and was a land mark in India�s space mission. ISRO joined and elite list of just six space organizations to send an orbiter to the moon.
India joined an exclusive global club when it successfully launched the Mars orbiter Mission on a low budget that was at least 10 times lower than a similar project by the U.S. The Rs 450 crore project revolved round the red planet and to collect data on Mar�s atmosphere and mineral composition.
ISRO achieved the success in navigation satellite systems like GAGAN and IRNSS have been deployed. ISRO successfully used and indigenous cryogenic engine in GSLV- D5 launch of the GSAT -14. The seven satellite system created India�s very own satellite navigation system e terrestrial and will provide service in marine navigation, disaster management, vehicle tracking and fleet management and navigation aide for drivers.
ISRO successfully placed into orbit five British satellites using its polar satellites using polar satellite launch. Vehicle PSLV � C28, in a landmark mission in July 2015.
ISRO successfully set a record with a launch of 20 satellites in one mission, a record for the space agency. Apart from ISRO satellites and those built by university students in the country, the mission carried satellites from the US, Canada, Germany and Indonesia.
ISRO successfully tested the reusable launch vehicle technology Demonstrator (RLV_TD) that wat built for the 95 crore. The winged flight vehicle � dubbed as India�s space shuttle.
Recently ISRO created the new history in world by successfully launching a record 104 satellite, on a single rocket from the spaceport in Sriharikota. This is the highest number of satellites ever launched in single mission. The space agency�s trusted workhorse polar satellite launch vehicle PSLV- C37, on its 39th mission, From Sriharikota space centre with the 104 satellites of which 101 belongs to international customers.
ISRO is the best organization In India and all great and hardworking scientists giving their best performance. These scientists are playing their role honesty, responsibility and dedication in their work and giving new direction for ISRO.
- Sanyog Varshney