Gaganyaan Mission Budget: Know How Much India's First Manned Space Mission Costs, Contributing Companies, And More

India is preparing for its first human space flight program, the Gaganyaan Mission. The launch is scheduled between 2024-25, and preparations are in full swing across various ISRO centres. Check the budget and other details.
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Gaganyaan Mission Budget: Know How Much India's First Manned Space Mission Costs, Contributing Companies, And More (image source: iStock)

India is preparing for its first human space flight program, the Gaganyaan Mission. The launch is scheduled between 2024-25, and preparations are in full swing across various ISRO centres.

Gaganyaan Mission Astronauts

Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently introduced the astronauts for the Gaganyaan mission. Group Captains P Balakrishnan Nair, Ajit Krishnan, Angad Pratap, and Wing Commander S Shukla received their astronaut wings at the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre in Kerala’s Thiruvananthapuram. These astronauts have completed a year-long training course in Russia’s Zvyozdny Gorodok city and are now familiarising themselves with the Gaganyaan mission at an ISRO unit.

Gaganyaan Mission Budget

The Indian government has allocated a budget of Rs 9023 crore for the Gaganyaan mission. This budget will be used to achieve the mission’s objectives, as announced in a press release dated March 13, 2023.

Companies Involved In Gaganyaan Mission

Several companies are involved in the Gaganyaan mission.
Bengaluru-based Pushpak Aerospace and Defence, known for designing, manufacturing, and delivering aerospace components, is contributing to key ISRO projects like Gaganyaan.
Chennai-based KCP Infra Limited has delivered the first Integrated AirDrop Test-Crew Module structure (IADT-CM) to ISRO. This module will demonstrate technology preparedness levels before the Gaganyaan spacecraft launch.
Engineering giant Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has delivered the first hardware, a booster segment, for the Gaganyaan Launch Vehicle to ISRO. The segment was manufactured at L&T’s Powai aerospace manufacturing facility.
Indian engineering company Tata Elxsi has designed and developed the crew module recovery models (CMRM) for the recovery team training of the space mission.
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