Have A Look At The Specs Of All The Spacecrafts Designed By Team Antariksham


Anthariksham 9000 Kmph lanti space backdrop unna film lo, aa environment ni recreate cheyyatamlo set/production design chala important role play chesthundhi. Astronauts vesukune space suits, vallu ekke space craft, satellites etc anni believable ga undali. Intha huge responsibility ni production designers Ramakrishna & Monika take up chesaru.

Enno online journals chadivi, research chesi, NASA & ISRO lo pani chesthunna konthamandhi officials ni consult chesi aa modules anni design chesaru. Ee movie chusthunnantha sepu audience spacecraft lopala unna feel ni experience chesela chesi, anukunnadhi achieve chesaru ee couple.

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Prathi satellite ki oka purpose untundhi.. alage ee movie lo chupinchina MIHIRA, VIPRAYAN satellites ki, JATAYU -1 (space craft) ki oka important purpose undhi. So a purpose ni mind lo pettukuni, adhi ae type satellite?, ela untundhi?, dani dimensions enti?, weight entha undali?, asalu dani mission enti? ila ae minute detail miss avvakunda, ee fictional satellites ni believable ga create chesaru.

Ee details ni Team Antariksham matho share chesukunnaru. So, without getting into spoilers lets get into specifications



• Human Spacecraft.


Length: 48.7ft

Diameter: 12.3ft

Weight: 32,549kg (empty)

Crew: 4persons

Max speed: 7000kmph (tested) 9000kmph (theoretically)

Compartments: 2 (Command module & Service module)

Command Module :
This is the module where the astronauts spend almost all of their time and it is the only section of the spacecraft designed to return to Earth intact.
Service Module :
This is the detachable compartment of a spacecraft carrying fuel and supplies.

Engine Thrust: 1,02,316 Newtons

It is used to overcome the weight of a rocket and push it upwards at the time of launch.

Power: Fuel cells and Liquid oxidizer (Rocket propellant)

Mission: 72 revolution around earth

Made by: Indian Space Centre



• Communications & Meteorological data relay satellite

Launch Mass: 3622KG

Orbit : Geo-stationary orbit

Geo-stationary Orbit:
A geosynchronous orbit is a high Earth orbit that allows satellites to match Earth’s rotation. Located at 22,236 miles (35,786 kilometers) above Earth’s equator, this position is a valuable spot for monitoring weather, communications and surveillance.

Mission Life: 15yrs

Control: 3 Axis body stabilized

To know more about three axis body stabilization CLICK HERE

Propulsion: Bi-Propellant system

Power: 6200 w from solar arrays, 2 Li-ion batteries (144 ah)

Payload: Ka/Ku-band and Q/V-band ( Antennas ). Geo-stationary High Resolution Camera



• Moon orbital satellite to study water and Helium 3

Launch Mass: 2367KG

Orbit: Revolves at 100km from moon

Mission Life: 3yrs

Control: 3-axis stabilised with two star sensors, gyros and four reaction wheels.

Power: 730 w from solar arrays and a 54 ah battery

Propulsion: Bi-Propellant system

Payload: X-Ray Spectrometer (C1XS), Near-Infrared Spectrometer (SIR-2), Terrain Mapping
Camera, Moon Mineralogy Mapper


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