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NCA okays Nuclear Power Prog 2050, Space Prog 2040

Discussion in 'South Asia & SAARC' started by Spartacus+, Jul 15, 2011.

  1. A haseeb A

    A haseeb A Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    You compared them first...anyways I was talking about the missile on which the SLV will be based...

    About the claims...search Shaheen-II on wiki...then tell me how should we back up our claims...
     
  2. A haseeb A

    A haseeb A Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    They have a big advantage...money

    Pakistan has limited funds for the development of missiles,due to which some projects have been slowed down (thanks to Zardari Inc.)
     
  3. Spartacus+

    Spartacus+ Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    For low IQ people

    Nuclear prog 2050 and Space Prog 2040 is basically a targeted year we should have this by 2040 or 2050. For example

    -Number of Nuclear reactors Pakistan by 2050
    -Contribution of nuclear energy 20% or 30%
    -Planning for big nuclear plants with 1000-5000MW capacity, currently we have 3 Nuclear power plants operational but they are small 300-350MW
    -Number of Nukes with minimum credible deterrence :mrgreen:

    Similarly in Space program we set objectives we should have this and this by 2040.

    Funding is not a big problem the current economic difficulties due to WOT will be over in next 2 years and we have our own natural resources.
     
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  4. kaku

    kaku Major Technical Analyst

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    Can you give the exact objective about your space program?
     
  5. A haseeb A

    A haseeb A Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    No...its way too early,even to speculate...
     
  6. Rudrakx

    Rudrakx Lieutenant SENIOR MEMBER

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    What a lame check your post no. 21
    Think/verify before you type.
     
  7. GSLV Mk III

    GSLV Mk III Lieutenant FULL MEMBER

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    Pakistan began development its first SLV in 1998. On March 2001, Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan announced that Pakistani scientists were in the process of building the country's first Satellite Launch Vehicle (SLV) and that the project had been assigned to SUPARCO.

    Dr. Abdul Majid, then-chairman of SUPARCO, confirmed Dr. Khan's statement and said " Pakistan envision a low-cost SLV and Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) in order to launch light-weight satellite into low-earth orbits. Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan also added that" Pakistan has very robust IRBMs which can launch geostationary orbiting satellites. :)lol:)

    http://www.b14643.de/Spacerockets_1/Rest_World/Taimur_SLV/Description/Text.htm

    @Indx TechStyle

    Even our ICBM is only capable of putting 50-100 kg to LEO but Pakistani IRBMs can put payloads to GEO orbits ;)
     
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