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After prime minister Narendra Modi's announcement on August 15, Giving details of the space agency plans, ISRO Chairman K Sivan said on Tuesday, he believed that he would fulfill the prime minister's mission to send humans to space. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will be ready to send first astronauts in the space before 40 months from now.

Chief of ISRO, Sivan said that in    Gaganyaan mission three astronauts will spend 5-7 days in space.

ISRO chairman K Sivan in New Delhi on Tuesday said that before sending humans, two unmanned Gaganyaan missions (time for missions: 30 months and 36 months) will be done and the full cost of the mission will be less than Rs. 10,000 crore. "Estimated cost is less than Rs. 10,000 crores, and completely indigenous, very cost effective by Indian Standards. From international standards, it is incredible", said Jitender Singh the Minister of State in charge of the science department.

Sivan said that different technologies are developed for this mission and research and development for this mission was first started in 2004. In the meantime, before March 2019, ISRO will launch 19 missions, in which Chandrayaan-2 will be the first mission to land near the South Pole of Moon.

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