Astronauts chosen for objective Gaganyaan to have 11 months training in Russia

by Jeremy Spirogis
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New Delhi Four astronauts chosen for the Gaganyaan task will likely to be provided 11 months training in Russia. In regards to India's first manned room mission, these details was handed by Union Minister Jitendra Singh on Wednesday. Singh, Minister of State for Atomic Energy and Space Affairs, stated that their trained in Russia would begin from the next few days of January.

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According to a declaration, after 11 months of trained in Russia, astronauts will likely to be provided module-specific instruction in India. <! –

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                 In it, they’ll be competed in the staff and solution segments created by ISRO. They will likely to be taught to perform it, operate in it etc. The committed Rs 10,000-crore scheme 'Gaganyaan' is anticipated becoming established in 2022. In the same 12 months, India's independence will complete 75 many years.

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