Which is the most powerful rocket of ISRO?

By Ritesh|Updated : September 3rd, 2022

The most powerful rocket of ISRO is the GSLV Mk III by the Indian Space Research Organisation. Four GSLV Mk III launches have been successful thus far.

The CARE (Crew Module Atmospheric Re-entry Mission) GSAT-19 Mission was launched in June 2017.

  • Launched in November 2018 was the GSAT-29 Mission.
  • The Chandrayaan 2 Mission was a lunar mission.
  • It debuted in the year 2019.
  • All the launches took place at Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SHAR), Sriharikota, situated in Andhra Pradesh's Nellore region.

GSLV Mk III: Purpose of Most Powerful Rocket of ISRO

The most productive launch vehicle of ISRO, the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV), has less thrust than the GSLV Mk-III.

The following are the GSLV Mk III's development goals:

  • To place larger communication satellites into orbit
  • To put heavier, multipurpose spacecraft into orbit
  • Interplanetary travel in the future
  • To launch upcoming crewed missions or trips that will take people into space.

Engines and Boosters for the GSLV Mk III:

  • 2 Vikas Engines power the Core Stage.
  • The ISRO Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre created these engines.
  • A massive thrust is provided to the GSLV Mk III by S 200, 2 Solid Boosters. Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC), Trivandrum, created S 200.
  • The Cryogenic stage refers to the upper stage (C-25).
  • The CE-20, the largest cryogenic engine produced by ISRO, powers this stage.
  • Few countries have created the complicated technology known as cryogenic engines.

Summary:

Which is the most powerful rocket of ISRO?

The GSLV Mk III is the Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO) most powerful rocket. Its headquarter is located in Bengaluru, India. It takes care of the activities pertaining to space exploration, space-based applications, and the development of related technologies.

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