The Indian Space Research Organisation(ISRO) is the agency of India that deals with space Exploration and Astronomy. It was established in 1969.Its headquarters is at Bengaluru.ISRO has successfully completed 75vapacecraft missions in that 46 launch missions have been successfully by ISRO.ISRO was established by our former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. The famous scientist Vikram Sarabhai was his assistant. He was the first chairman of ISRO. He was called the father of Indian Space Programme.The main aim of ISRO was to develop Space Technology to benefit the nation for various national tasks.
Achievements on ISRO:
The first Indian satellite that was built by ISRO was Aryabhata, whose launching took place on April 19th, 1975. Furthermore, 1980 was another important year for ISRO because the launching of the Rohini satellite took place. Moreover, the successful placing of Rohini in the orbit took place by SLV-3.
Apart from technological capabilities, a lot of contribution has taken place by ISRO in the field of science. Furthermore, ISRO is in charge of its own Lunar and interplanetary missions. Moreover, ISRO controls various specific projects for the promotion of science education, and also to provide data to the scientific community.
The Mars Orbiter Mission was sent by ISRO on November 5th 2013, which made its entry into the orbit of Mars on September 24th 2014, thereby making India successful with its attempt to Mars.