The Indian Space Research Organisations big ticket launches planned towards the end of this year are likely to be delayed after the Covid 19 pandemic impacted the timeline people aware of the matter said on Wednesday. After the first wave of the pandemic ladt year, a committee of the space agency reviewed all pending missions to reschedule them. Isro was to carry out the first unmanned flight of the human rated GSLV Mk III and the countries first solar mission Aditya L1 in December according to the revised schedule. The decision on the new timelines for the missions is awaited an official from the agency said on condition of anonymity. Another official said the missions were likely to be delayed beyond their schedule.