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Human space flight prog: HAL hands over crew module assembly to ISRO

Our Bureau  Bangalore | Updated on February 13, 2014 Published on February 13, 2014

Dr Jeyakar Vedamanickam (at left), GM, Aerospace Division, HAL, with John P. Zachariah, Director (R&D), Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC). The Crew Module Structure is seen in the background.

Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) has handed over the first ‘Crew Module Structural Assembly’ for the ‘Human Space Flight Program’ to ISRO's Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC).

The first crew module will be further equipped with systems necessary for crew support, navigation, guidance and control systems for experimentation in the forthcoming GSLV-MK3 launch.

 “HAL takes pride in India’s space programmes and our aerospace division has produced this crew module in record time to meet the requirements of ISRO,” said Dr R. K. Tyagi, Chairman, HAL.

HAL has contributed to India’s space programmes, including ISRO’s mars mission, by providing the satellite structure, propellant tankages and supplied 13 types of riveted structural assemblies, seven types of welded propellant tankages, which include the cryogenic liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen tanks and cryogenic stage structures, for the GSLV D5.



 

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Published on February 13, 2014
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