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Mission Mangal (2019) 2h 10min | Drama, History | 15 August 2019 (India)Director: Jagan ShaktiWriters: R. Balki, Nidhi Singh DharmaStars: Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan, Nithya MenonSummary: Based on true events of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) successfully launching the Mars Orbiter Mission (Mangalyaan), making it the least expensive mission to Mars.Countries: IndiaLanguages: Hindi
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Movie Details :
- Full Name: Mission Mangale
- Language: Hindi
- Released Year: 2019
- Size: 350MB & 950MB
- Quality: 480p & 720p HDRip
- Format: Mkv
Movie Story :
After the failed launch of GSLV-F06 on 25 December 2010, due to a small mistake by Project Director Tara Shinde, Rakesh Dhawan, a fellow scientist working with her, takes the blame for her. As a result, he is relocated to work on Mangalyaan as a punishment. The MoM (Mars Orbiter Mission) is thought of as an impossible mission by his coworkers due to its aim of reaching Mars with its tight budget.
Tara, meanwhile, joins a new and better team. Rakesh then learns that MoM cannot take off on the PSLV since the available technology has a payload of only 1500 kg and not enough fuel to fire the rocket to be carried to a distance of almost 5.5*10^7 kilometers. GSLV, if it had succeeded, could have taken the satellite to Mars as it had a payload of 2.3*10^3 kg. However, recent significant failures of GSLV have jeopardized the planned future missions.