ISRO launches Indian’s First Ever Recycle Swadeshi Space Shuttle RLV-TD

ISRO launches Indian’s First Ever Recycle Swadeshi Space Shuttle RLV-TD :- We have good news for all the Indians who loves his country and felt proud, happy to know about their success in space. Today India successfully tested it’s first Swadeshi space. In the below article we will give you all the information related to this Swadeshi Space Shuttle Test.


Director Devi Prasad Karnik said that lift off of this first launch pad was at 7.00 a.m. He shared this information after the mini-shuttle returned to the Earth.

It was launched from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Andhra Pradesh. The “Swadeshi” space RLV-TD is 6.5 meters long. It is weighing 1.75 tons. It was launched in Andhra Pradesh about 80 km northeast of Chennai off the Bay of Bengal coast.

Everyone is talking about this significant step, and it is considering as a major step in India’s space endeavor. The total cost of this project is about Rs 95 crore.

The project began at the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre in Thiruvananthapuram a decade ago. It’s the first time when Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) launched a winged flight vehicle. Around 60 scientists built this RLV-TD space shuttle.

Well, it is good news for every Indian. All those scientists are very happy who worked hard for this mission.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also congratulated the scientists and tweeted that he is very happy and congratulation to the scientists for the success of space shuttle RLV-TD.

No other countries are currently flying a winged spacecraft into space. Last time, the Russians flew their winged spacecraft into space only once in 1989. We hope India will get success in his future in the space shuttle test launches. For more news and updates stay tuned with us.