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Mars, Moon, Venus and Sun: What's next for ISRO

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Mars, Moon, Venus and Sun
After the stressful Chandrayaan 2, Isro is all set for its upcoming missions. Among the destinations are Mars, the Moon, Venus, the Sun and India's space station.

Here's a quick look at Isro's upcoming endeavours.
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Gaganyaan
Gaganyaan is an Indian crewed orbital spacecraft. The spacecraft will carry 3 people, who will remain in space for 7 days.

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Aditya-L1
This is India's mission to the Sun. It is the First Indian based Solar Coronagraph to study solar Corona in visible & near IR bands.
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Mangalyaan 2
Mars Orbiter Mission 2 (MOM 2) also called Mangalyaan 2 is India's 2nd interplanetary mission planned for launch to Mars.
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​EXPOSat Planetary Exploration
It will study neutron stars, supemova remnants, pulsars and regions around black holes.
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​Shukrayaan 1-
This venusian mission is a planned orbiter to Venus to study the surface and atmosphere of the Venus.
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​NISAR
Nasa-lsro Synthetic Aperture Radar (Nisar) is a joint project between NASA & ISRO. It is the 1st dual band radar imaging satellite.
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