ISRO’s ‘Gaganyan’ campaign announced by the head of France’s Space Institute
Jean-Yves Le Gall, the head of France’s Space Institute, announced India’s first project ‘Gaganyan’ for sending human beings in the space. Prime Minister Modi announced this ambitious project on August 15 at Red Fort in which India and France jointly held their project.
ISRO is trying to send three people to space until 2022, then India will be the fourth country to send human beings after Russia, America, and China. This is a joint venture between India’s Space Institute (ISRO) and the French Space Agency (CNES). Gall said that experts are working on exploration in the field of human health, radio emissions, and waste management. Gall said that I would like to focus on developing technology to train future Indian astronauts in space. He expressed confidence that India will experience the Proxima project in which held France. He expressed confidence that the project will be successful on the Indo-French cooperation and modern technology.