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Former ISRO chief K Sivan shared positive updates on India’s Gaganyaan project, stating that all tests have been completed and the mission is ready for a successful launch.

He elaborated that the first round of astronaut training was conducted in Russia, and the second phase will take place within India. Sivan emphasized that the initial mission will involve test pilots, with opportunities for mission scientists to participate in subsequent successful missions.

Sivan additionally revealed plans for a collaborative satellite mission with NASA. He confirmed that both space agencies are actively working on this project, though details remain undisclosed.