ISRO will build a space station in space

ISRO will build a space station in the middle of the space expedition. How long will we have to wait?
ISRO will build a space station in space

 India is ruling space. After the success of Chandrayaan-3, ISRO also sent a spacecraft into the sun's orbit. Now the Indian Space Research Organisation is preparing to send spacecraft to Mars and Venus simultaneously. Despite success in one mission after another, India does not yet have a space station in space. ISRO Chief S. Somnath was asked when our country would build a space station in space. In response, he said, "ISRO will build the space station in the next 20 to 25 years."

"Our Gaganyaan project is trying to send humans into space," ISRO chief S. Somnath said in an interview with an international news channel. Once this mission is successful, we will start thinking of building a space station in space."

How long will it take INDIA to build a space station in space? Somnath said in this question, "We think it will be possible to build a space station in 20 to 25 years." "We are moving step by step. Sending humans to space for a long time and a few other space missions are on our target list."

Asked about ISRO's plans after Gaganyaan, Somnath said, "The next step is to build a space station. After that, we will send a spacecraft back to the moon, but there will be people on that spacecraft. That's our plan."

Earlier, former ISRO chief K Sivan had also said that ISRO was planning to build a space station of its own. India's space station will work differently from the International Space Station. Since this space station will be built in a single effort, it will be smaller than the International Space Station in size. Microgravity experiments will be carried out there. Isro has said that there are no plans to start traveling or doing tourism in space right now.

In 1998, the first space station was built in space by a joint venture of the United States, Russia, Japan, Canada, and the European Union.