Q. Which one of the following statements about reusable space vehicle of ISRO is not correct?
a. In June 2016, ISRO successfully launched Indiaâ€™s first reusable space vehicle.
b. The space vehicle was launched from Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh.
c. The reusable launch vehicle climbed to a height of 65 km before automatically steering back for landing.
d. The vehicle was initially boosted by a rocket that contained liquid fuel.
May 23, 2016 ISRO successfully flight-tested Indiaâ€™s first winged body aerospace vehicle operating in hypersonic flight regime. In this experimental mission, the HS9 solid rocket booster carrying RLV-TD lifted off from the First Launch Pad at Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikotaat 07:00 hr IST. After a successful flight of 91.1second, HS9 burn out occurred, following which both HS9 and RLV-TD mounted on its top coasted to a height of about 56 km. At that height, RLV-TD separated from HS9 booster and further ascended to a heightof about 65 km.