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Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that India's first human space flight to be launched just before the 75-year independence day may have men or women as leaders.

Gagayan, the country's first ambitious flight, will see ISRO collaborating with the Institute of Aerospace Medicine, the leading institution of the Indian Air Force (IAF) in Bengaluru, to develop a life-saving system for survival. In space

Air Marshal Rajvir Singh, Director of General Medical Services (Air Force), which is in Pune for the Army's 67th Annual Medical Meeting and the Army's 57th Medical Research Committee meeting at the Army Medical College (AFMC), said the debate was under The methods and details will be summarized soon in providing full medical support for human space projects.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that India's first human space flight to be launched just before the 75-year independence day may have men or women as leaders. While the process of summarizing those who will be part of the mission is being conducted at the IAF, officials of the Institute of Aerospace Medicine are preparing for the challenge of providing a life-saving system.

Air Chief Marshal Singh said that India will join the selected countries to launch human space projects. India should be the fourth country to do so. "The challenge of providing life-saving space is enormous, technical and complex, and clear that the Institute of Aerospace Medicine at Bengaluru is best suited for Jobs due to their expertise and technical knowledge in aerospace medicine, "said Air Chief Marshal Singh.

Lt Gen Bipin Puri, Director of Army Medical Services, emphasized that it is a complex effort and the assistance of human life in space is complex. "A thorough planning is required and meeting and training. Many times in the simulation, there must be action to make the person's space worthwhile, "Lt Gen Puri said.

When asked about the IAF fighter pilots using drugs that were allowed to increase alertness and fight sleep deprivation during long-range attacks, Air Chief Marshal Singh said the troops had developed a program to increase the time that Pilots can be used in the cockpit. "These are drugs used by air force pilots in other countries. - Go tablets can be given to pilots and help in warning during operations. O / long mission The results are successful and show positive results. However, this tablet is not intended for regular use and must be received under the supervision of an aviation medicine specialist, "added Air Marshal Singh.

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First, Narendra Modi said that India's first human space flight would be launched before the 75-year independence declaration that might have led men or women.

Gagayan Yandin, the first flight of the country's ambitious military flight, will see ISROERE with the Institute of Aerospace Medicine, the leading institution of the Indian Air Force (IAF) to develop a life-saving system that survived in space.

Air Marshal Rajvir Singh, General Medical Services (Air Force) is in the army's annual medical plan at the 67th, and the 57th Medical Medical Committee meeting at the Army Medical College (AFMC) states that the discussion is under way and details are given. A summary of the full medical support for human space programs

Preliminary Narendra Modi said that India's first human space flight to declare an independent 75-year-old with a male or a female leader, while the process of summarizing those who will be part of the mission being executed at the IAF staff. Of the Institute of Aerospace Medicine is preparing to support life support systems

Air Chief Marshal Singh Jon, India, will join the country that has been making projects for humans in space. India should be the fourth country to do so. That is big, technical and complex and clear that the Institute of Aerospace Medicine at Bengaluru is best suited for the job because of its expertise and knowledge Technical in aerospace medicine, "Air Chief Marshal Singh said.

Lt Gen Bipin Puri, Army Medical Assistant, reiterated that it was an indigenous effort and helped human life in that space. "Detailed planning requires planning and training. Many times the simulation must be performed to make the person's space worthwhile, "Lt Gen Puri said.
 

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