India has no plans to make laws on governing space tourism

 Tuesday, August 2, 2022 


The Department of Space India has said that it has no plans to make laws that administrate space tourism. It is an evolving sector in the western countries, and it being seen as a medium to fund profound space study. The Department of Space has cleared all doubts concerning space tourism since it is slated to enhance commercial space study.

The Minister of Science & Technology, Dr. Jitendra Singh said that currently ISRO is developing know-hows for Human Rated Launch Vehicle, Life Support System, Crew Escape System, Orbital Module, Crew Recovery and Human Centric Products for the Gaganyaan mission. These technologies will serve as building blocks for developing space tourism in the upcoming days.

The minister said that as part of the Gaganyaan mission, India is improving technologies and squad safety procedures that are vital for human space flight undertakings.

The Center has announced that ISRO is increasing space tourism competence to be part of the multi-million-dollar market in the future. The Department of Space said that the Indian space agency is developing home-grown competencies toward space tourism with the presentation of human space flight ability to Low Earth Orbit (LEO).

Space tourism is a fresh avenue where private aerospace businesses are taking passengers on short flights to space, where they can get a chance to discover weightlessness in zero-gravity and witness Earth from the outer space. SpaceX of Elon Musk and Blue Origin of Jeff Bezos are leading the way with Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic catching up.

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