Third unsuccessful mission: GSLV chronology

The second operational flight GSLV-F02 powered by Russian cryogenic engine failed in July 2006 while the developmental flight GSLV-D3 using maiden indigenous cryogenic stage deviated after takeoff in April.

All the GSLV rockets, including today's failed flight, used the Russian cryogenic engines barring the GSLV-D3.

Chronology of ISRO's failed missions:

December 25, 2010: GSLV-F06 launch unsuccessful due to snag in stage-1
April 15, 2010: GSLV-D3 developmental flight carrying GSAT4 onboard. Failure. Plunges into sea.

July 10, 2006: Second operational flight of GSLV (GSLV-F02) with INSAT-4C onboard. Satellite could not be placed in orbit. Rocket falls into sea.

September 20, 1993: First developmental launch of PSLV with IRS-1E on board. Satellite could not be placed in orbit.

July 13, 1988: Second developmental launch of ASLV with SROSS-2 onboard. Satellite could not be placed in orbit.

March 24, 1987: First developmental launch of ASLV with SROSS-1 satellite on board. Satellite could not be placed in orbit.

August 10, 1979: First experimental launch of SLV-3 with Rohini Technology Payload onboard. Satellite could not be placed in the orbit.

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