pehle GSLV ki suhagraat to banwa lo mere pyare ISRO. mars ke honeymoon ko baad main decide karna. But good luck. I am really concerned about the GSLV launch this year. with our Cryogenic tech on board.
I am sorry. China's long march 3 with several times of GTO load than the yet to complete GSLV can't reach Mars. China had to rely on Russian rocket which failed miserably. China is off on Mars mission until Long March 5 is ready.
Now, which rocket does India plan to use? Don't tell me it is PSLV which is only for light weight satellite launch.
Good going India....
u have no knowledge of space. u dont need a big launcher to launch a satellite. its not a moon mission.
currently china has a max operational capacity of 12500-13000, next gen rockets come in 2014. if gslv mk3 is successfull we will have max capacity of 10000 not that much difference. and yes all other future launches are with indian cryogenic engine. and the gslv mk3 with also increase payload capacity by adding 2 more boosters on the sides to 20000 kg
Wikipedia says the LEO payload of your GSLV is 5000 kg. The LEO payload of Long March 3B is 12,000 kg (a bit higher with 3B/E). I don't know where you are getting the 10,000kg data. Your source?
Also, are you saying a moon mission will need a bigger launcher than a Mars mission?
max to leo: 10000
launch september this year
Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mk III - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Long March 3B - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
long march 5 will make its first flight in 2014. and gslv mk4 by same time i hope so. both have similiar payloads
which rocket they use for mars
i think indian are just want to impress china
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