India’s coolest performance into space : GSLV-D5
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) successfully launched GSLV-D5 rocket from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota. GSLV-D5 is powered by an indigenous cryogenic engine, to put the 1,982-kg GSAT-14 communication satellite into a geosynchronous orbit after 17 minutes of its flight, on January 05, 2014 with perfection of 99.86% of its set targeted orbit.
With this achievement India has joined the elite club of the U.S., Russia, France, Japan and China . This technology includes cryogenic propellants — liquid oxygen at minus 183 degrees Celsius and liquid hydrogen at minus 253 degrees’ Celsius
A documentary before the second attempt which became unsuccessful,finally the feat is achieved on January 05, 2014.