As part of the Gaganyaan Mission, the Indian Space Research Organization successfully launched the Test Flight Abort Mission on Saturday, October 21, 2023. However, the scientists of ISRO failed at the first attempt to execute the Test Flight Abort Mission at 8:45 a.m. Reportedly, there was a problem with the ignition of the engine that failed the first test flight of the Gaganyaan Mission on Saturday. But in another attempt, ISRO successfully executed the Test Flight Abort Mission. Regarding the same, ISRO’s chief S Somnath also responded. He said the lift off the TV-D1 rocket could not be successfully executed due to an anomaly that will be analyzed. You need to go through this article till the end for more details. Drag down the page.
S Somnath, the chief of the Indian Space Research Organization said the planned lift of the TV-D1 rocket could not happen due to a problem with engine ignition. He further added that the ignition of the engine in test flight TV-D1 did not happen at the right time due to which the first attempt failed. Later ISRO announced the second launch of TV-D1 and said that the issues in TV-D1 have been identified and resolved.
The second attempt to launch the test flight abort mission for the Gaganyaan Mission was scheduled to take place at 10 a.m. on Saturday, October 21, 2023. Meanwhile, ISRO successfully launched the test vehicle from Sriharikota at 10 a.m. ISRO Chairman S Somnath took to Twitter and wrote, “I am very happy to announce the successful accomplishment of Gaganyaan TV-D1 mission”. Jitendra Singh, the Union Cabinet Minister lauded ISRO for successfully launching the Ganganyaan TV-D1 mission. He wrote, “Kudos ISRO for successfully accomplishing maiden Test Vehicle Flight TV-D1. This is the first step in the last leg of the journey towards India’s Crewed Human Spacecraft mission Gaganyaan”. Continue reading this article for more details.
On Saturday, October 21, 2023, the India Space Research Organization was able to complete the test mission as part of its ambitious crewed space mission titled “Ganganyaan” but before a few hours, the earlier planned lift-off failed. After successfully launching TV-D1, ISRO posted, “Mission Gaganyaan gets off on a successful note,” Earlier the lift-off was scheduled for 8 AM but it could not be done due to a problem in the engine ignition. The lift-off was again attempted at 10 AM. Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.