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Суборбитальный пуск СА – GSLV Mk III LVM3 – Шрихарикота SLP - 18.12.2014, 03:30 UTC

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ЦитатаStating that the launch of GSLV Mark III next month would provide a greater thrust to the country's deep-space programme, he said "We are pragmatically pushing forward the development of semi-cryogenic technology." Demonstration of larger launch vehicles that could carry around 4 ton satellites is being planned in the next couple of months. 'Human in Space' programme was also gaining momentum and GSLV Mark III would accommodate a special module on experimental basis.

He said, the next focus after the Mars mission was towards exploration of the solar system and deep space astronomy. As new applications are being developed, the size of satellites had to be increased and ISRO was planning to develop 10 tons satellites soon.
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ЦитатаOn its own part, Isro has bigger plans. Its human space flights through the experimental flight of GSLV Mark-III scheduled for "launch in the next 2-3 months".
 While Isro's workhorse launching vehicle PSLV has carved a niche by scoring 26 wins out of the total 27 missions till date, the existing GSLV and the upcoming Mark-III would give it the strategic edge for introducing higher capacity communication satellites into space.
 "The first experimental flight of GSLV Mark-III with passive cryogenic stage and that too in a crew module would be a precursor to the possible human space flight," said Radhakrishnan during his chief guest address here today at the convocation of BITS Hyderabad 2014 batch.
 He said Mark III launching vehicle was capable of placing "4-4.5 tonne capacity communication satellite in the geostationary orbit".
 The existing PSLV is compatible for launching 1.8 tonne communication satellites and it is 2.2 tonne for the GSLV.
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Цитатаinput~2 пишет:

According to Shar Director:
- By the 2nd week of October 2014: PSLV-C26 launch with IRNSS-1C
- In the 1st week of November 2014: launch of GSLV-MkIII (experimental)
- By the last week of December: launch of PSLV-C27 with IRNSS-1D

(source: http://www.prajasakti.com/index.php?srv=10301&id=1163333 (in Telugu))
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ЦитатаGSLV MK III will make India self-reliant in space: Scientist
Sep 27, 2014 at 06:27pm IST

Thiruvananthapuram: India does not need to rely on foreign countries for launching heavier communication satellites once its experimental mission of GSLV Mark III tasted success, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) Director M Chandra Dathan on Saturday said.
"The GSLV Mark III, scheduled to be launched in November first week, will carry four tonne class of communication satellites and it will help India achieve self-reliance in this," he said.
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ЦитатаCrew Module Prototype to be Tested Aboard GSLV MK-III
By Tiki Rajwi
Published: 01st October 2014 06:03 AM

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Work on the prototype of the Crew Module that is to be used in future manned space missions is nearing completion at the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) here at Thumba.
The four-tonne module is to be tested aboard the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mk-III (GSLV Mk-III), which is slated for a test flight in late October, officials of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said.
"We hope to move the prototype to Sriharikota spaceport in ten days' time,'' GSLV Mk-III project director S Somnath said. An important component of ISRO's Human Spaceflight Programme, such capsules, fitted aboard rockets, are intended to carry astronauts to orbit and return them safely to earth. Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) was responsible for the basic structure of the dummy module, but VSSC has been handling all the critical aspects including integration, heat shields and control and guidance systems.
Since the safety of astronauts is of paramount importance, ISRO has been subjecting the prototype to gruelling tests. Among other things, the module must be able to withstand the intense heat during re-entry into the earth's atmosphere.
The prototype will 'drop' to earth from an altitude of 125 kilometres, officials of Indian Space Research Organisation said.
The main parachute on the module, which is employed to break the fall, will open at a height of 15 kilometres. ISRO plans to recover the capsule from the Bay of Bengal.
In January 2007, ISRO had successfully tested re-entry technologies with the 550 kg Space Capsule Recovery Experiment (SRE-1). The testing of the dummy crew module will be a far more complicated exercise.
Some aspects that will be closely studied will be the thermal protection system required for re-entry and the control systems.
The assembly of the GSLV Mk-III, India's biggest rocket to date, is progressing at Sriharikota for the October launch. The upper stage of the rocket will be rigged with a more powerful version of the home-made cryogenic engine used in the GSLV D-5 mission last January, but it will not be ignited during the experimental flight.
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ЦитатаAfter Mangalyaan to Mars, Isro plans to send an Indian into space
By Hari Pulakkat, ET Bureau | 15 Oct, 2014, 04.00AM IST

BANGALORE: Within a few weeks, the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) will team up with the Indian Air Force to conduct a simple experiment: it will drop a 3.7-tonne capsule fr om a height of 3.5 km and try to land it softly with parachutes. If successful, Isro will take this capsule in November-end to a height of 120 km on a rocket and eject it fr om there, to be recovered from the sea after a soft landing. Success in this experiment would be the first step in Isro's next frontier: human space flight.
Isro has made this capsule, called the crew module, in record time with very little money. The total budget sanctioned was just Rs 145 crore to make the crew module, space suits and other technologies necessary for a human flight into space. Isro still has money left for some more work. The development lasted just over a year and a half, once again emphasising the frugal nature of Isro's engineering. "We wanted to show that we can do this if there is a need," says Isro Chairman K Radhakrishnan.
An actual human flight requires political clearance and heavy investments , a study seven years ago put the cost at Rs 12,400 crore. But Isro is readying itself by developing all necessary technologies. The crew module that is set to fly in November is built to be just like in a final human mission, with only the internal layouts being different. While the helicopter experiment will test the parachutes, an experimental GSLV Mark III flight in November-end will test the re-entry capabilities of of the module.
Isro had done a study seven years ago about the requirements of a human flight, but never really pursued it seriously because a good human-rated vehicle was not ready. The reliable Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) could carry only one person, and so was not a candidate for human flight. The Geostationary Launch Vehicle (GSLV) had a few failures, leaving Isro with no tested vehicle for launching humans into space yet. The current contender is the GSLV Mark III, the completely new heavy heavy lifter that Isro is developing. It is still a few years away from first launch, but technology development is proceeding at full pace.
One can get a taste of the eventual flight from within a model capsule that is kept at the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) in Thiruvananthapuram. Two crew members lie looking up into the roof of the module, watching all the flight data as they move up. The rocket with the passengers would lift off from Sriharikota, move in a nearstraight line towards Australia, wh ere the crew module is pushed into orbit at a height of about 270 km by the cryogenic engine. The module completes seven days in orbit and then descend into the atmosphere to land softly in the sea. This landing and recovery will be tested in end November, but from a height of 120 km. A crew module needs highly sophisticated engineering, as the conditions of descent into the atmosphere are very harsh. The temperatures cross 1,500 degrees centigrade and the forces on the module as it slows down can be 13 times that of gravity; with crew inside feeling a force of four times gravity. The crew module has to withstand these forces and also keep the crew safe. The thermal protection system of the current module is made to be good enough for actual re-entry. The deceleration system of the module is as in the final mission. "With this flight data we would be confident about our aero-thermal predictions," says S Unnikrishnan Nair, Project Director, Human Space Programme.
A number of companies worked on the development of this project along with Isro. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) developed the metallic internal structure, apart from other things. Valeth High Tech Composites in Chennai worked on the thermal protection system. SIDCO near Thiruvananthapuram worked on the vibration fixer and other things. Suresafety India in Baroda developed the space suit. Many of them are regular partners of Isro. None of them make any money on the development, and some have even invested some resources of their own. "It is not business alone," says Peter Valeth, founder of Valeth High Tech Composites. "We are happy to see some unique products becoming successful." Valeth now routinely develops special materials for Isro and the defence forces. All of Isro's rockets use its ablative lining for their nozzles, wh ere temperatures can be very high. It has adapted this work to make silica tiles for the crew module base, which would take the full brunt of the heating while descent through the atmosphere. This is one of the most critical technologies in the module: one space shuttle once lost its crew because of a problem in these tiles. This technology is very useful for the company in the long run, as it is eying exports and planning a manufacturing plant in Thailand.
Suresafety designed a space suit from scratch for this programme. It is this space suit that protects the crew in case of an environmental emergency inside the capsule. The development lasted a year and used a material specially designed for this project. The company claims to have put in Rs 50-60 lakh apart from the money given by Isro, with the hope of making the suit in larger quantities one day. "We are waiting for the moon project and to produce it ourselves," says managing director Nishith Dand.
After the technologies are developed, the actual human flight can be very expensive, and hinges on a political decision. The expense is to create a third launch pad and astronaut training facilities, and to humanrate the launch vehicle. Production assemblies need to be created too. Human rating the launch vehicle is difficult, as it requires at least six continuous flawless flights of the GSLV Mark III. In any case, barring serious failures on the way, Isro could be ready to put humans into space in four to five years.

The total budget sanctioned was just  Rs 145 crore to make the crew module and other technologies necessary for a human flight into space.

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Пуск ушёл на конец ноября:
ЦитатаWhile the helicopter experiment will test the parachutes, an experimental GSLV Mark III flight in November-end will test the re-entry capabilities of of the module.
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Цитатаantriksh пишет:
Without Thermal protection system (silica tiles)

With Thermal Protection system
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ЦитатаIsro to test GSLV Mark-III, its prelude to manned mission                     
Oct 17, 2014, 04.58 AM IST

The unmanned crew module that will be carried on board the GSLV will be separated from the carrier in the upper-stage separation and it will come down on a ballistic path. 

 CHENNAI: India will test-fly its indigenous 'big one', the GSLV Mark-III, with an unmanned crew module. This is seen as a prelude to the planned manned mission to space.

 In his address to colleagues and mission leaders at the Mission Control Room after the successful launch of IRNSS-1C in the early hours of Thursday, Isro chairman K Radhakrishnan said the test flight of the GSLV Mark-III would be done in December, probably within the next 45 days.

 The unmanned crew module that will be carried on board the GSLV will be separated from the carrier in the upper-stage separation and it will come down on a ballistic path. This will test some of the primary safety aspects of a future manned mission. Isro has been working on a two-crew module for this.

 M Chandradathan, director, Liquid Propulsions System Centre, said the test flight would be carried out from the second launch pad of the Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota. The GSLV Mark-III, which is 42.4 metres tall, has a lift-off weight of 630 tonnes. It will be able to carry payloads of four tonnes into a geosynchronous transfer orbit (GTO) as opposed to the 2 tonne to 2.5 tonne capacity of the original GSLV.

 With its ability to carry heavier satellites into orbit, the Mark III is expected to be one of the most significant launch vehicles of Isro. Once proven successful, GSLV-Mark III and its more advanced versions will be vital for future programmes, including interplanetary missions.
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ЦитатаPress Trust of India | Updated: May 13, 2014 01:37 IST

Stating that many more missions were under different stages, Mr  Radhakrishnan said another major project in the coming months would be the experimental mission of GSLV-MARK 3 with the crew module for country's human space flight mission.
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А про кошечек, собачек, обезъянок или, на худой конец, про червей, белых грибов или семена пщеницы ничего не слышно? 

Дмитрий Инфан

Ну, микроорганизмы у него внутри точно будут.  :)


ЦитатаLiss пишет:
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ЦитатаPress Trust of India | Updated: May 13, 2014 01:37 IST

Stating that many more missions were under different stages, Mr Radhakrishnan said another major project in the coming months would be the experimental mission of GSLV-MARK 3 with the crew module for country's human space flight mission.
Вот постарше:
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У  input~2 на NSF crew module в качестве ПН значится с 10 февраля 2014, а сам пуск и того ранее.
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The Hindu BusinessLine - 13 февраля 2014 года

P.S. При этом испытания намечались на май.


ЦитатаSalo пишет:
Цитатаantriksh пишет:
Crew Module structural assembly ready for LVM3 X1 mission

а вот интересно каковы диаметр и длина СА этого корабля, можно сделать, исходя из небольшого роста индийцев, оценку в - от 2,5 до 3 метров соответственно ±


Рост в 2,5 до 3м для индийцев совсем не маленький
Дрион покидает Землю


ЦитатаRifkat пишет:
Рост в 2,5 до 3м для индийцев совсем не маленький
да и диаметр у индийцев аналогичный росту, тоже не мал ;)  :D