|This image was taken by Mars Orbiter Mission's camera(2013)|
|Payload||Primary Objective||Weight K.g|
Lyman Alpha Photometer (LAP)
Study of Escape processes of Martian upper atmosphere through Deuterium/Hydrogen
Mars Enospheric Neutral Composition Analyser (MENCA)
Study of the neutral composition of Martian upper atmosphere
Methane Sensor for Mars (MSM)
Detection of Methane presence
Mars Colour Camera (MCC)
Thermal Infrared Imaging Spectrometer(TIS)
Map surface composition and mineralogy
He is the Chairman of ISRO and Secretary in department
of space. He was responsible for leading the mission
and overall activities of ISRO.
He is the Programme Director of Mars Orbiter Mission.
He is the Director of Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre
and Member Launch Authorisation Board. played a
key role in the development of PSLV and was
responsible for development of liquid propulsion
stages and their interfacing with vehicle and launch operations.
|SK Shivakumar||He holds the position of the Director of ISRO Satellite Centre. |
He was responsible for developing satellite technology
and implementing satellite systems for scientific,
technological and application missions.
The project director of PSLV programme and was
appointed as mission director for the ninth time .He is
the mission director of PSLV-C25/Mars Orbiter Mission,
scheduled to be launched on November 5. He was
responsible for seeing the rocket completes its
mission successfully and that the satellite is correctly
injected in the designated orbit.
He is the Director of Liquid Propulsion system. He joined
ISRO in 1972. Made rich contribution to the realisation]
of solid motors for sounding rockets, SLV-3, ASLV and PSLV.
|AS Kiran Kumar|
The Director of Satellite Application Centre joined
ISRO in 1975. He has contributed to the design and
development of Electro-Optical Imaging Sensors for
Airborne, LEO and GEO platform based imaging
sensors starting from Bhaskara TV payload to the
latest TMC adHySI payloads for Chandrayaan-1 missions.
He was responsible for designing and building three
of the orbiter payloads - Mars Colour Camera,
Methane Sensor and Thermal Infrared Imaging
Spectrometer. The challenge before him was
miniaturising the components as the satellite does not provide much space.
|MYS Prasad||He is the Director of Satish Dhawan Space Centre and |
Chairman of the Launch Authorisation Board. He was
responsible for range safety and schedules, overall in-charge at rocket port.
The Project Director of Mars Orbiter Mission and
was responsible for leading a team to build the spacecraft.
He is the Associate Project Director of PSLV project.
He is responsible for the rocket systems, testing till
the final lift-off.
The Chief General Manager of range operation
director at Sriharikota Rocket port was responsible
for maintaining launch schedules without any slippages.
Project Director of Mars Orbiter Mission at Indian
Space Research Organisation (ISRO).
|V Kesava Raju|
The Mission Director of Mars Orbiter Mission.
ISRO scientific secretary V Koteswara Rao.
|Vkoteswara Rao||ISRO scientific secretary|