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Vyommitra Mission
Scheduled for third quarter 2024
Gaganyaan Mission
Follows Vyommitra
Manned space flight
Scheduled for 2025
Unveiled on 22 January 2020
Bengaluru, Human Spaceflight and Exploration symposium
Simulate human functions in space
Enhance adaptability and functionality
Prepare for Gaganyaan mission
Designed to mimic human functions
Monitor module parameters
Issue alerts
Execute life support operations
Operate control panels
Respond to environmental changes
Interacts with life support systems
Developed in India
To orbit Earth at 400 kilometers
Developed by ISRO
Indian Space Research Organisation
Jitendra Singh
Union Minister of Science and Technology
Equipped with advanced capabilities
Operates control panels
Responds to queries
Technological advancement in space operations
Prepares for manned space flight
Contributes to global space community
Way Forward
Chandrayaan-3 mission
Successful landing on lunar South Pole
Crew escape system testing
Essential for astronaut safety
Gaganyaan project
Orbit three astronauts around Earth

Vyommitra, developed by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), is an advanced female robot astronaut designed to simulate human functions in space environments. The name ‘Vyommitra’ is derived from two Sanskrit words: ‘Vyoma’ (space) and ‘Mitra’ (friend), signifying its role as a companion in space exploration. Equipped with capabilities to monitor module parameters, issue alerts, and execute life support operations, Vyommitra is slated for a mission in the third quarter of 2024. This mission precedes the ambitious Gaganyaan mission, scheduled for 2025, which aims to send Indian astronauts into space for the first time. Vyommitra’s launch represents a significant step in technological advancement and preparation for India’s first manned space flight​​​​​​​​.

Vyommitra is a humanoid robot created by ISRO to pioneer space operations ahead of India’s first manned spaceflight, Gaganyaan. This mission is part of India’s continued efforts in space exploration and technological development. With Vyommitra’s successful deployment, India will further solidify its position in the global space community.

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