List of Failed ISRO Missions 2022, All Failed Missions Of ISRO List – ISRO Launched Many Missions In Space. Some Of Them Were Failed . Most Of Them Were Successful . Here In This Post We are Sharing List Of All Failed Missions. You Can Check All Details From Table Given below.
List of Failed ISRO Missions 2022, All Failed Missions Of ISRO List
On August 10, 1979:
India’s first experimental flight of SLV-3 carrying Rohini Technology Payload could not place the satellite into its intended orbit becoming India’s first major satellite failure, Medium.com reported.
On March 24, 1987:
SROSS-1 failed to reach Earth’s orbit. The 150 kg satellite carried scientific instruments and was launched onboard the first ASLV (Augmented Satellite Launch Vehicle) developmental flight.
On September 20, 1993:
The PSLV – dubbed as one of the trusted workhorses for the space agency – was not successful in its first flight. But after its first successful launch in October 1994, PSLV emerged as the reliable and versatile launch vehicle of India with 39 consecutively successful missions by June 2017.
July 10, 2006:
India’s first attempt at a heavy communication satellite failed when launch vehicle GSLV-F02 could not complete the mission. It also has the INSAT-4C on board.
August 31, 2017:
The PSLV-C39 in its 41st flight failed when it was supposed to launch IRNSS-1H.
It had a normal lift-off except the heat shield separation.
This resulted in the satellites being separated within the heat shield resulting in a failed mission.
September 7, 2019:
Chandrayaan 2 orbiter – launched in July 2019
This Was second ISRO mission to the Moon
The lander crashed on the lunar surface instead of gently landing and was destroyed together with the rover.
The lunar orbiter’s instruments have been studying the lunar surface as well as solar emissions.
On August 12, 2021:
The launch of GISAT-1, an earth observations satellite onboard GSLV Mk 2 rocket, had failed barely 350 seconds after its launch from India’s spaceport.
According to ISRO’s initial analysis on launch day, it was caused due to “a technical anomaly in the cryogenic stage”.