ISRO to send man into ocean at a depth of 6000 meters

ISRO, India’s space agency, is preparing for a new experiment. The goal is to create a spacecraft that can take man to the depths of the ocean. That is, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) mission has revealed in Parliament that it is developing a special sphere to send man into the ocean at a depth of 6,000 meters. The project will be part of the government’s ‘Deep Ocean Mission’. This submersible will be responsible for exploring the deeper parts of the oceans.

Minister of Science, Technology and Earth Sciences Dr. According to the plan stated by Jitendra Singh, it was named ‘Samudrayan’.

According to Singh, the National Institute of Ocean Technology has developed and tested a man-made submersible for a 500-meter water rating. Singh told Parliament that a man-made titanium alloy personal sphere with a rating at a depth of 6,000 meters was being developed in association with the Vikram Sarabhai Space Center.

Currently, India is preparing for a manned mission to space and ocean in 2024. The Center has so far sanctioned Rs 4,100 crore for marine exploration. Most of the world’s oceans remain untouched by humans. The pressure of the deep and dark oceans will wipe out humans in an instant. Eighty percent of the world’s oceans have not yet been mapped. Aim to sail into this unknown world ‘never seen before’.

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