ISRO officials said the first and second waves of the pandemic have "severely affected" the Gaganyaan programme.
In Gaganyaan, India’s manned Human Spaceflight Programme, this extremely critical event will be executed by home-grown parachutes made by the Agra-based Aerial Delivery Research and Development Establishment.
In this edition of Gaganyaan Unplugged, the sixth in the series, we look at the efforts that have been already put in place by aerospace experts to embed yoga as an effective tool to aid astronaut training.
The ready-to-eat (RTE) space food is expected to be ready by March 2021. It will undergo trials during the two unmanned missions being planned by Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) ahead of the final Gaganyaan manned flight.
Bengaluru-headquartered ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) had earlier said it has planned two trial flights without crew ahead of Gaganyaan - the first one around December 2020 and the second around July 2021.