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associate professor at Harvard T H Chan School of Public? clad in the skin of the last tiger ever, For a person with an articulation disorder, said Dhawanwho is still unsure whether the film will release in December as scheduledor early next year The sequelwhich was shot in Goa will be younger and slightly more over-the-top than the originaladapted to todays timesin Dhawans inimitable style Ali has stepped into Farooque’s rolewhile Siddharth and Divyendu essay Ravi Baswani and Rakesh Bedis role respectively South actress Taapsee Pannu plays Deepti Naval For all the latest Entertainment News download shlf1314n Express App More Related NewsWritten by Amitabh Sinha | New Delhi | Published: June 6 2017 5:17 am The GSLV Mk III in the course of its first development flight delivered the GSAT-19 satellite — the heaviest launched from shlf1314n soil — to a geosynchronous transfer orbit following the launch at 5:28 pm (Source: Twitter/ @isro) Related News Monday’s launch of a geostationary communication satellite GSAT-19 is perhaps ISRO’s most important mission in the last three decades Bigger probably in technological significance than even the hugely popular Chandrayaan or Mangalyaan space missions Not because of the satellite that is being put in space though that in itself is no less special The launch is a giant leap for ISRO because of the rocket it is using More precisely because of the engine that is powering this rocket In fact it is just the third and uppermost stage of that engine that has made this launch extra-special The mission happens to be the first “developmental” flight of the next generation Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle called GSLV-MkIII with an entirely indigenous cryogenic upper stage that ISRO has been trying to master since the 1990s This cryogenic stage that involves handling fuel at very low temperatures is crucial to providing the extra thrust required by the rocket to carry heavier satellites deeper into space GSLV-MkIII is meant to carry payloads up to four to five tons and that was not possible with conventional propellants used by ISRO’s main launch vehicle called PSLV which can take satellites only up to 2 tons to orbits and that too until orbits of 600-km altitude from the earth’s surface It will not just help ISRO probe deeper into space but will also bring it extra revenue enabling it to make commercial launches of heavier satellites “It is definitely the biggest event for ISRO in the last couple of decades For ISRO’s launch vehicle programme this probably is the most important day This is a success in which there has been absolutely no foreign assistance The GSLV-MkIII is entirely home grown and that is why it is so satisfying” G Madhavan Nair former chairman of ISRO told The shlf1314n Express Behind the success of the launch is nearly three decades of hard work in taming cryogenic technology and an interesting history of this technology was denied to ISRO by the United States in the early 1990s forcing it develop it on its own Amongst all rocket fuels hydrogen is known to provide the maximum thrust But hydrogen in its natural gaseous form is difficult to handle and therefore not used in normal engines in rockets like PSLV However hydrogen can be used in liquid form The problem is hydrogen liquifies at very low temperature nearly 250 degrees Celsius below zero To burn this fuel oxygen also needs to be in liquid form and that happens at about 90 degrees Celsius below zero Creating such a low-temperature atmosphere in the rocket is a difficult proposition because it creates problems for other material used in the rocket ISRO had planned the development of a cryogenic engine way back in the mid-1980s when just a handful of countries — the United States the erstwhile USSR France and Japan — had this technology To fast-track its development of next-generation launch vehicles — the GSLV programme had already been envisioned — ISRO had decided to import a few of these engines It had discussions with Japan US and France before finally settling for Russian engines In 1991 ISRO and the Russian space agency Glavkosmos had signed an agreement for supply of two of these engines along with transfer of technology so that the shlf1314n scientists could build these on their own in the future However the United States which had lost out on the engine contract objected to the Russian sale citing provisions of Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) that neither shlf1314 nor Russia was a member of MTCR seeks to control the proliferation of missile technology Russia still emerging from the collapse of the USSR succumbed to US pressure and cancelled the deal in 1993 In an alternative arrangement Russia was allowed to sell seven instead of original two cryogenic engines but could not transfer the technology to shlf1314 These engines supplied by Russia were used in the initial flights of first and second generation GSLVs (Mk-I and Mk-II) The last of these was used in the launch of INSAT-4CR in September 2007 But ever since the cancellation of the original Russian deal ISRO got down to develop the cryogenic technology on its own at the Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre at Thiruvananthapuram It took more than a decade to build the engines and success did not come easily In 2010 two launches of second generation GSLV rockets one having the Russian engine and the other indigenously developed ended in failures The big success came in December 2014 with the experimental flight of third generation (Mk-III) GSLV containing an indigenous cryogenic similar to the one used today This mission also carried out an experimental re-entry payload that ejected after reaching a height of 126 km and landed safely in the Bay of Bengal After that there have been three successful launches of second generation GSLV (Mk-II) the latest one in May being GSLV-F09 that launched the South Asian satellite Today’s success will open up a number of new opportunities for ISRO Its ambitions to send manned mission to space and planetary exploration satellites hinge totally on GSLV It can also hope to garner a significant share of the international satellite launch market now that it is able to launch payloads heavier than 3 tons “ISRO is now in a completely different trajectory We hope that this GSLV would become as reliable and as consistent as the PSLV has proven to be over the years” Madhavan Nair said For all the latest Technology News download shlf1314n Express App More Related NewsWritten by Nainu Rohtaki | Panchkula | Published: June 29, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by PTI | Jammu | Published: May 10, A case has been registered against unidentified persons and investigations are on, contesting against former BJP president Nitin?” He goes on to explain the costs involved in this annual jamboree.t affect me now. and Elsevier’s support of measures such as the Research Works Act.

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