List of ISRO’s Upcoming Missions 2022 – Latest Updated List -ISRO is planning to take 12 student satellites and is also working with 342 foreign satellites. Aditya-L1, at a cost of Rs 3.7 billion, launches by Q1 2023; Chandrayaan-3, at a cost of Rs. 2.5 billion, launch by Q1 2023, XPoSAT, at a cost of Rs. 0.60 billion, launch by Q2 2023, space docking experiment, at a cost of Rs. 1.24 billion, launch by Q3 2024 and Gaganyaan at a cost of Rs. 90.23 billion, while the first milestone of Gaganyaan abortion demonstration will be done by Q4 2022″ as shared in the Lok Sabha.
The Indian Space Research Organisation, ISRO has carried out 112 spacecraft missions. 82 missions have also been launched and various missions have been planned. Take a look at the various missions planned since 2021 below.
List of ISRO’s Upcoming Missions 2022 – Latest Updated List
|1||RISAT-1A||2021||Radar imaging satellite|
|2||Gaganyaan 1||June 2022||Uncrewed spacecraft flight test|
|4||Chandrayaan-3||2022||Lunar lander, the rover|
|5||Gaganyaan 2||2022–23||Uncrewed spacecraft flight test|
|6||NISAR||Jan 2023||SAR satellite|
|7||Gaganyaan 3||2023||Crewed spacecraft|
|8||Shukrayaan-1||Dec 2024||Venus orbiter|
|9||Lunar Polar Exploration Mission||2024||Lunar lander, the rover|
|10||Mangalyaan 2||2024||Mars orbiter|
Upcoming Missions :
- This is a radar imaging satellite.
- It matches the RISAT-1 configuration.
- It is a land-based mission. T
- he primary application of this satellite is in terrain mapping and analysis of land, ocean and water surface.
- Gganyan is an Indian crewed orbital spacecraft. It is intended to be the basis of the Indian Human Spaceflight Programme. This spacecraft is being built for three people only. An upgraded version would be equipped with rendezvous and docking capability.
- It is one of the first Indian observatory class missions.
- It would study the solar corona using a solar coronagraph.
- It is expected to be launched by the middle of 2022.
- X-Ray spectroscopic instrument would be providing flare spectra while in situ payloads would observe solar events.
- It is a lunar rover to be launched in 2022.
- It would be a mission repeat of Chandrayaan-2 with a lander and a rover.
- It would be launched By India to attempt a soft landing of the lunar surface.
- It would be an uncrewed spacecraft flight test.
- It would be the second of the two flight tests prior to the inaugural crewed mission.
- NASA-ISRO Synthetic Aperture Radar (NISAR) is a joint project between NASA and ISRO.
- It would be co-developed and launched with a dual frequency synthetic aperture radar satellite that would be used for remote sensing.
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