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Mangalyaan 2

 

Mangalyaan 2

Mangalyaan 2
Mission type Mars orbiter, lander, and rover
Operator ISRO
Mission duration Planned: 1 year
Spacecraft properties
Bus I-3K
Manufacturer ISAC
Start of mission
Launch date 2018-2020[1]
Rocket GSLV III[2]
Launch site Satish Dhawan
Contractor ISRO

Mangalyaan 2 ("Mars-craft", from


  1. ^ a b "Second mission to Mars may be by 2020: ISRO chief K Radhakrishnan". The Economic Times. Press Trust of India. 12 November 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c "India plans second Mars mission in 2018". IBN Live. 29 October 2014. 
  3. ^ "India to launch Chandrayaan-II by 2017". The Hindu. Press Trust of India. 10 January 2014. 
  4. ^ "Mars-2 Mission to Launch in 2018, Says Isro".  

References

ISRO has stated that it would launch Mangalyaan 2 only after Chandrayaan 2 in 2016. As missions to Mars can be launched only at an interval of two years, the space agency is looking for a slot in 2018.[4]

After ISRO's successful launch and orbit of Mars by its first probe, the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM), ISRO announced the second mission on 28 October 2014 at the Engineers Conclave 2014 conference held in Bangalore. The agency hopes to have its heavy lift launcher GSLV III fully operational by 2016 or 2017. It plans to use the GSLV III for the Chandrayaan 2 mission to the Moon in 2017,[3] and later use it to launch Mangalyaan 2.[2]

History

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