Success is not without failures; Can you tell one?
When adventures challenges are taken up not everything will be a success.
Saturday 25th Dec 2010 is not a day of celebration for the Sriharikota scientists who launched the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle – GSLV-F06; it was a failure to success. The first failure for a similar attempt was in April and it took nearly 9 months for the scientists to work out the 2nd one.
We can just imagine the amount of effort and time spent by our scientists to make it a success, leave alone the money spent on this. Every launch is moments of anxiety for the scientists who work sincerely for the success.
“The launch seemed to be in order till the last moment and the 30 hour countdown went smoothly” it is reported.
GSLV-F06 ascended the sky at 4 pm Indian time giving no hint of the disaster. But as it was climbing, the unexpected thing happened. The rocket lost its path and exploded. It became a ball of fire and smoke. Flaming debris came down in a shower over the Bay of Bengal. It is not known whether the “killing”was done purposely as it was found loosing its path. The probe into the analysis will give further details. However, the failure of the GSLV-F06 further hindered the putting into orbit communication satellite GSAT-5P
Some projects do fail for better success. Projects are taken up for success after meticulous planning. But not all planning need be perfect for success. Element of failure is there even when success is close.As per unfounded myth, one more failure is imminent. But we are close to success by 2/3.
The launch cannot be a scientific failure, it could be only a mechanical failure.
Systematic analysis of the reasons of failure may sometimes give way for fresh methods of trial. It is the culmination of many trials and failures that give a big success.
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