The Indian Space Research Organisation(ISRO) is planning to visit Venus And Mars once it sets up the world record of launching a record number of 104 satellites into space in a single space mission on February 15.
ISRO had an amazing year of 2016, it established India’s position as one of the front-runners in the field of space.
The ISRO is launching 104 satellites on February 15. ISRO has been a new but strong entrant in the multi-billion dollar world launcher market.
The Finance Minister of India, Arun Jaitley during the budget 2017 awarded a 23% increase in its budget for Mars Orbiter Mission II and Mission to Venus.
The second mission to Mars is planned for in 2021-2022 and put a robot on the surface of the Red Planet.
The ‘Maglyan I’ in 2013 was a total Indian project, this time the French space agency wants to join hands with ISRO to make the Mars rover II. NASA also wants to collaborate with ISRO so that NASA and ISRO’s findings can be utilized for some conclusion.
NASA is also planning to partner in India’s maiden voyage to Venus.