ISRO | All future Istro missions will use green fuel: K. Seam
Bangalore: Istro is trying to use green fuel gas in its first space mission ‘Gaganyan’. Sivan clarified on Friday. He also said that all future Istro missions will use green fuel.
He also said that Istro is in talks with the Australian government to set up a ground station for the Gaganyan mission on Coco Island. He also clarified that Istro wants to set up a NAVIC ground station in Australia. He was speaking at the India Economic Conclave on Friday. He also said that Istro has no ambition to lead the world. Sewan said. & Nbsp;
K, Sivan said, "Istro’s main goal is to develop India’s space infrastructure and meet other needs. Our focus is on how Istro’s campaigns will benefit science and technology in the country as well as all other sectors."
While answering a question about green fuel, K. Sivan said, "It will be essential to use green fuel in the future. We are going to use green fuel in the Gaganyan mission. Istro has already planned this and is fully prepared. Green fuel will be used in all Istro missions in the near future. This will make it possible to eliminate most of the toxic and dangerous elements."
It is our intention to use green fuels as an alternative to conventional fuels in rocket launch vehicles as soon as possible. Sivan said. & Nbsp;
Istro’s Gaganyan mission appears to have been hit by a corona. Istro aims to send three Indians into space through this mission by 2022. & nbsp;
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