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ISRO carries out static test of Gaganyaan rocket's booster
ISRO carries out static test of Gaganyaan rocket's booster

The GSLV Mk III rocket is a three staged vehicle.

India to send twin satellites DISHA to study upper atmosphere
India to send twin satellites DISHA to study upper atmosphere

Referring to the ISRO sending sounding rockets, S. Somanath, Secretary, Department of Space and Chairman ISRO said the observation capacity of those rockets were low as against the dedicated satellites sent up for the purpose.

ISRO, CUHP join hands to study collision threats from space objects
ISRO, CUHP join hands to study collision threats from space objects

The MoU signed between the two organisations will pave the way for future collaborations between ISRO and CUHP in establishing the observational facilities, specifically ground based optical sensors for space object tracking, deep space exploration, R&D related to astrophysics and Near Earth Objects (NEO).

ISRO Spent Rs 6,853.37 Cr On Projects With Approved Outlay Of Rs 17,631.27 Cr
ISRO Spent Rs 6,853.37 Cr On Projects With Approved Outlay Of Rs 17,631.27 Cr

Replying to a question raised by Congress leader T.N. Prathapan in the Lok Sabha, Union Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office Jitendra Singh listed out the details of rockets and satellites approved by the government, their cost and the amount spent on those till February 2022.

RFP To Make Small Rocket SSLV To Be Issued After 3/4 Successful Launches
RFP To Make Small Rocket SSLV To Be Issued After 3/4 Successful Launches

The NSIL is the commercial arm of the Department of Space with the mandate of building, launching rockets and satellites through industry partners and also providing space-based services through remote sensing and communication satellites.

ISRO Successfully Tests Solid Motor Of Its Small Rocket
ISRO Successfully Tests Solid Motor Of Its Small Rocket

The SSLV is being designed to have a carrying capacity of about 500 kg targeting the small satellite launch market.

Constellation Of 75 Student Satellites Getting Ready In India
Constellation Of 75 Student Satellites Getting Ready In India

In order to ready the 75 satellites, an Indian space startup will be supplying the satellite kit so that the students at various universities can assemble the same and cutting short the development time, Annadurai added.

MHA Extends Validity Of FCRA Registration Of NGOs Till March 31
MHA To Hold Meeting With ISRO To Strengthen Border Security

According to sources, high officials from border guarding forces such as BSF, ITBP and SSB will be participating in the meeting with the senior officials of the ISRO to explain the need for the required technology in border management.

PSLV-C52
ISRO's First Launch In 2022: PSLV-C52 Successfully Launches Earth Observation And 2 Small Satellites

Two scientific payloads on INSPIREsat-1, with a mass of 8.1 kg and a mission life of one year, are aimed at improving the understanding of ionosphere dynamics and the sun's coronal heating processes.

INSAT 4B
India Successfully Decommissions INSAT-4B Satellite

INSAT-4B is the 21st Indian geostationary (GEO) satellite to undergo post-mission disposal, the required propellant for such re-orbiting was included in the initial fuel budget as a part of standard practice.

 Chandrayaan-3
Chandrayaan-3 Scheduled For Launch In August 2022, Lok Sabha Told

A total of 19 missions are planned during January to December 2022, including eight 'Launch Vehicle Missions', seven 'Spacecraft Missions' and four 'Technology Demonstrator Missions', Singh said.

2021 Set The Stage For Space Players
FM Sitharaman Give Rs 13,700 Crore For Department Of Space

The preparations for the manned mission involve in-flight demonstration of the Crew Escape System functioning in the lower atmosphere. The exercise recovery of the crew module after impacting the sea is also being worked out.

Indian Space Sector Targets Rs 219 Cr Revenue From Launch Services
Indian Space Sector Targets Rs 219 Cr Revenue From Launch Services

The percentage completion of qualification and validation of Crew Escape System and Parachute system of the human space flight rocket for next year will be 48.5 per cent. The readiness for the Indian human space flight during 2022-23 will be 50 per cent.

ISRO
ISRO's Aditya-L1 Mission Likely To Be Launched This Year

ISRO's Aditya-L1 mission, which will study the sun, will likely be launched this year, the Indian space agency's former chief A.S. Kiran Kumar said Friday.

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ISRO Test Fires Engine For India's Human Space Mission Rocket

The performance of the engine met the test objectives and the engine parameters were closely matching with the predictions during the entire duration of the test.

 Eminent Rocket Scientist S Somanath Appointed ISRO Chief
Eminent Rocket Scientist S Somanath Appointed ISRO Chief

Somanath's appointment as the Space Secretary and the Space Commission Chairman is for a combined tenure of three years from the date of joining of the post, inclusive of an extension in tenure beyond the age of superannuation in public interest, the order said.

Gaganyaan
From landing choices to survival packets, details of Gaganyaan surface

Interesting details of the Crew Module (CM), including the landing choices, crew escape system, and survival packets for each crew member of Gaganyaan, the country's maiden manned space mission, have come out.

2021 Set The Stage For Space Players
2021 Set The Stage For Space Players

The year also saw Agnikul Cosmos and Skyroot Aerospace raise additional funding from investors.

ISRO Joins OPPO To Boost NavIC Messaging Service
ISRO Joins OPPO To Boost NavIC Messaging Service

The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has also recognised NavIC as a component of the World-Wide Radio Navigation System (WWRNS).

ISRO Working On Futuristic Technologies, Intelligent Satellites
ISRO Working On Futuristic Technologies, Intelligent Satellites

K.Sivan, Chairman, ISRO and Secretary, Department of Space said ISRO has started working on reducing the space debris with its technologies like self eating rockets, vanishing satellites and robotic arms that catch the debris -- inactive satellites, rocket stages and others -- that are floating.

Physical Research Lab Scientists Discover New Exoplanet
Physical Research Lab Scientists Discover New Exoplanet

There are less than 10 such close-in systems known among the zoo of exoplanets known so far.

India's Chandrayaan-2 Avoids Collision With NASA's Moon Orbiter
India's Chandrayaan-2 Avoids Collision With NASA's Moon Orbiter

Both the orbiters orbit the moon in a nearly polar orbit and hence, both the spacecraft come close to each other over the Lunar poles.

ISRO Can Suggest Ideal Locations To Set Up Solar Power Projects
ISRO Can Suggest Ideal Locations To Set Up Solar Power Projects

It may be recalled that Modi had earlier promised a satellite for South Asian regions which was later released by ISRO in the form of GSAT-9/South Asia Satellite (formerly SAARC Satellite) a communication/meteorology satellite in 2017.

India Will Launch Industry-Led Policies In Space Sector: ISRO Chief
India Will Launch Industry-Led Policies In Space Sector: ISRO Chief

India is planning to boost the space sector in the global market. With an aim to make the country an economic space hub in the future, it also recently launched a new industry body, the Indian Space Association (ISpA).

Chandrayaan-2 Spacecraft Completes Over 9,000 Orbits Around Moon: ISRO
Chandrayaan-2 Spacecraft Completes Over 9,000 Orbits Around Moon: ISRO

The two-day workshop, organised by ISRO, is being live-streamed on the space agency's website and Facebook page, for effectively reaching the students, academia and institutes, and to engage the scientific community to analyse Chandrayaan-2 data.

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ISRO Hot Tests System Demonstration Model of Gaganyaan Orbital Module

The hot test was conducted for a duration of 450 seconds at the ISRO Propulsion Complex (IPRC) in Mahendragiri, Tamil Nadu.

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ISRO’s GSLV F-10 Mission Unaccomplished Due To Performance Anomaly

ISRO's (Indian Space Research Organisation) second mission of the year received a setback on Thursday. The mission was to launch an earth observation satellite EOS-3 into the intended orbit.

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ISRO To Launch GISAT-1/EOS-3 On Aug 12

The GISAT-1 will be launched by the rocket Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle-F10 (GSLV-F10) on Aug 12.

IRSO Gaganyan
ISRO Test Fire Of Liquid Fuel Engine For Gaganyaan Rocket Successful

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has moved further in pursuit of its first human space mission Gaganyaan by successfully conducting the third long duration hot test of liquid fuel powered Vikas Engine.

Gaganyaan
First Human Rated Test Flight For India's Gaganyaan Not In 2021

The first test flight of Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle-Mk III (GSLV Mk III) that will carry the Indian astronauts to space later will not happen this year owing to the Covid-19 pandemic and the lockdown, said a top official of Indian space agency.

Agni Prime Missile
India Successfully Test-Fires Agni Prime Missile Off Odisha Coast

India on Monday successfully test-fired its new generation nuclear-capable Agni Prime missile from a defence base off Odisha coast, DRDO sources said.

IISST Admission
Koraput Youth Gets Into Prestigious IIST

Surya Prakash Mishra, a youth from the backward Koraput district has brought laurels to the State by cracking the all-India level entrance to get admission into the prestigious Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST), Thiruvanthapuram.

Made-In-India-Ventilators
Battle Against COVID: ISRO Develops 3 Types Of Ventilators, To Transfer Technology

The Indian Space Research Organisation has developed three types of ventilators, and has come forward to transfer the technology to industry for clinical usage as the country battles the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic.

ISRO To Share Portable Medical Oxygen Concentrator Technology
ISRO To Share Portable Medical Oxygen Concentrator Technology

VSSC has developed medical oxygen concentrator 'Shwaas', which can deliver an enriched level (over 95 per cent) of oxygen than in air to support patients with respiratory illness or who are on oxygen therapy.

Rocketary: The Nambi Effect | When Madhavan Met PM Modi Along With ISRO Scientist
Rocketary: The Nambi Effect | When Madhavan Met PM Modi Along With ISRO Scientist

Mumbai: Actor R Madhavan on Monday shared a picture on social media from his recent meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Also present at the meeting was S. Narayan Nambi,…

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ISRO Espionage Case: Centre Seeks Urgent Hearing, SC To Hear Matter Next Week

New Delhi: The Centre on Monday requested the Supreme Court to open the sealed cover report of a panel headed by former top court judge D.K. Jain, formed in September…

GSVL-Rockets
India To Offer GSLV Rockets For Global Satellite Launch Market

Chennai: India will get into the global communication satellite launch market with its Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) rocket after 2022-23, Chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), K. Sivan said. “Enquiries from third parties are being received for satellite launch using GSLV rockets. The rocket can be used for launch of multiple satellites. […]

GISAT-1
In April, India Likely To Have Sky Eye GISAT-1 In Geostationary Orbit

Chennai: The launch of India’s first Geo Imaging Satellite (GISAT-1) to be placed in geostationary orbit will happen sometime during the first or second week of April, said K. Sivan, Secretary, Department of Space and Chairman, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). Speaking to IANS Sivan said: “The GISAT-1 launch slated for March 28 got slightly […]

Static Test Of First Stage Solid Motor Of India's Mini Rocket SSLV Unsuccessful
Static Test Of First Stage Solid Motor Of India's Mini Rocket SSLV Unsuccessful

Bengaluru: The static test of first stage solid motor (SS1) of ISRO’s Small Satellite Launch Vehicle (SSLV) — a new-generation compact rocket — was not successful, according to sources in ISRO. “Oscillation was noticed after 60 seconds into the test and nozzle was blown out near the bucket flange where it’s attached with the motor […]

Quantum-Communication
ISRO Demonstrates Free Space Quantum Communication

Chennai: Indian space agency has successfully demonstrated free-space Quantum Communication over a distance of 300 metre with several technologies developed within the country. “For the first time in the country, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has successfully demonstrated free-space Quantum Communication over a distance of 300 metre,” ISRO said. For the first time in the […]

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