India’s largest rocket ever made , soon to be tested in June


The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is reportedly working on an indigenously-built rocket, which is soon expected to take ‘Indians into space from Earth.’ If successful, then the rock named GSLV MK-III will be India’s largest ever made rocket to go into space.

As indicated by a report ,the rocket is 200 full-developed Asian elephants set up together overwhelming and will be tried in the main week of June. The rocket is right now situated at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh.

“We are stretching ourselves as far as possible to guarantee that this view, completely independent Indian rocket prevails in its lady dispatch,” ISRO executive AS Kiran Kumar was accounted for as saying.

“On a fundamental level, it will be the GSLV MK-III or its variation that will be human appraised in future,” Mr Kumar said.

As the report mentions, India currently has two operational rockets namely Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) and Geosyncrhonous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark-II (GSLV M-II) that can potentially deliver Indians to Moon and Mars.