The Gaganyaan test flight mission was a success, and the crew escape module splashed down.

According to ISRO chief S. Somanath, Gaganyaan's first Flight Test Vehicle Abort Mission-1 (TV-D1) was a success.

ISRO scientists launched the rocket carrying payloads related to crew safety in the Gaganyaan mission with precision from Sriharikota on October 21 after a two-hour delay and nerve-racking moments when the engine of TV-D1 initially failed to ignite.

According to ISRO chief S. Somanath, Gaganyaan's first Flight Test Vehicle Abort Mission-1 (TV-D1) was a success.  

The ISRO stated on X that the TV-D1 mission had been completed and that the Crew Escape System had operated as expected.

Earlier in the day, the ISRO launched Gaganyaan's first Flight Test Vehicle Abort Mission-1 (TV-D1) from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota five seconds before liftoff. 

The cause of the launch hold, however, was identified and corrected, according to ISRO.

The TV-D1 flight, which was supposed to test the operation of the Crew Escape System (CES), had been postponed for 8.30 a.m.

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