India’s first manned mission to send three people: ISRO India to Send Three Crew in Its First Manned Space Mission at Low Cost of £1.11 BN.
Radhakrishna N S
India aims to spend less than £ 1.11 billion for its first manned mission to space scheduled to be launched by 2022, suggesting it is likely to be inexpensive than similar projects launched by the United States and China, said India’s Department of Space on Tuesday (28). India has been grabbing the attention of the world as low-cost space power after the 2014 launch of an unmanned Mars mission at a cost of £57.44 million or less than a portion of the £520.86 m the US space agency, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) spent on its MAVEN Mars…
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