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ISRO Achieves Success with “Pushpak” Reusable Launch Vehicle Test

ISRO Achieves Success with "Pushpak" Reusable Launch Vehicle Test


The Indian Space Exploration Association (ISRO) has accomplished a huge achievement by effectively handling its reusable send off vehicle, RLV-LEX-03 “Pushpak,” for the third continuous time. This achievement prepares for ISRO to direct an orbital reemergence trial of the reusable send off vehicle. “Pushpak” successfully landed horizontally, ISRO said on Sunday, demonstrating advanced autonomous capabilities in difficult conditions.

The test was directed at the Aeronautical Test Reach (ATR) in Chitradurga locale, around 220 kilometers from Bengaluru. ” An Indian Air Force Chinook helicopter carried Pushpak” to an altitude of 4.5 kilometers before releasing it for an autonomous runway landing. “Pushpak” was fired in the second experiment from a cross range of 150 meters. This time, the cross reach was expanded to 500 meters. Upon discharge from the helicopter, “Pushpak” had an arrival speed of more than 320 kilometers each hour, which was diminished to 100 kilometers each hour with the assistance of a brake parachute for score. “Pushpak” successfully landed after descending from an altitude of 4.5 kilometers. ISRO Boss Somanath saluted the researchers who added to the progress of “Pushpak.”

What exactly is the RLV Project?

The RLV project is a huge examination by ISRO pointed toward giving the fundamental innovation to satisfy India’s yearnings for human presence in space. The reusable send off vehicle will empower ISRO to get to space at a lower cost, making space travel more reasonable. Because it can be used again, the project, which can be started with this satellite, becomes cheaper.

With the help of this launch vehicle, any problem with a satellite orbiting the Earth can be fixed, preventing its destruction. In addition, it makes zero-gravity biology and pharmaceuticals research easier. The main arrival explore occurred on April 2, 2023, and the second on Walk 22, 2024. This was the last arrival explore, which was effective. This launch vehicle will now undergo an orbital re-entry test by ISRO. With this innovation, rocket sending off becomes less expensive, and the expense of conveying hardware to space is decreased.

What is technology for reusable launch vehicles?

There are two parts to a launch vehicle: the spacecraft or satellite that will be launched into space or Earth’s orbit on the rocket. The mission of the rocket is to launch the satellite or spacecraft into space or Earth’s orbit. The rocket or launch vehicle is currently discarded by ISRO after launch, rendering it useless. The rocket, on the other hand, can be used again thanks to reusable technology. This technology has already been acquired by SpaceX, owned by Elon Musk.

The reusable launch vehicle’s goal is to recover the rocket boosters that were used to launch the spacecraft so that they can be refueled and used again. Be that as it may, ISRO’s reusable send off vehicle (RLV) varies from SpaceX’s methodology. SpaceX’s reusable innovation centers around safeguarding the lower part of the rocket, while ISRO’s innovation means to safeguard the more complicated upper piece of the rocket. Recuperating this part sets aside more cash. The satellite returns after being launched into space.

The LEX landing experiment for the reusable launch vehicle has been completed by ISRO. In the coming days, the scramjet propulsion experiment (SPEX) and the return flight experiment (REX) will be the next steps. By 2030, experts anticipate that ISRO’s reusable launch vehicle will be operational. This send off vehicle can extend 10,000 kilograms of weight into low Earth circle.

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