India planning Venus mission

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TIRUPATI: February 17, 2012 – An Indian accurate mission to Venus is actuality advised by the amplitude community. This was appear by M S Anurup of Isro at the 17th National Amplitude Science Symposium which has been accordingly organised by Isro and Sri Venkateshwara University.
According to Anurup, a basic abstraction had adumbrated that if this mission gets the go avant-garde and depending aloft the alternate parameters, it could be launched on May 20, 2015 accession in Venus in October 2015. There could be about bristles accurate instruments on lath the Venus-bound spacecraft. The rocket could either be the avant-garde adaptation of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-XL) or the Geo Synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) or the newer adaptation of the GSLV appointed as GSLV Mark3.The basic abstraction states that the capital role of the Indian mission to Venus would be to abstraction its atmosphere. It will also help to examine the origin and evolution of terrestrial planets.
The address has bidding aplomb that based on the success of the Chandrayaan-1 mission, India has the adequacy to barrage a mission to Venus. In addition, with the barrage of Risat-1 accessory abutting month, India will acquire a alarm imaging adequacy which will be all-important for the Venus mission. In addition contempo development, scientists of the Ahmedabad-based Physical Research Laboratory (PRL) accept appear the actuality of a atrium on Mars for the aboriginal time barometer 500 metres by 100 metres.

This was appear by them at the Tirupati amplitude accommodated through a poster. The activity which was based on the abstracts acquired from Nasa Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) was accordingly done by SVS Murthy and Rishitosh Sinha of PRL. Sinha said the newly-found atrium is basin shaped and is amid at the bottom of a atrium hill.
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dimpsi said...

its good if india is making that effort . this will defenitely create a new history and make world aware of what is actual science.