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Indian Space Technology maturing faster and catching up with the West

Source:-Indian Space Technology maturing faster and catching up with the West Indians are obsessed with record keeping. The Guinness World Records issues certificates for quirky achievements like having the longest moustache, owning the longest ear hair, and for the most persistent letter writer. But recently when India sent 104 satellites …

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America’s next battlefield will be in Space

Source:-America’s next battlefield will be in Space Space may be the final frontier, but it is also fast becoming another potential battlefield where America must be prepared to defend itself against any and all adversaries. That was the message in a recent Defense News op-ed by two Air Force generals …

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An Indian challenge to China in Space?

Source:-An Indian challenge to China in Space? China is clinically analysing the successful and cost-effective launch of 104 satellites in one go by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), as well as the outcome of the Aero-India show, with some media reports acknowledging that New Delhi may out-compete Beijing in …

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European Space Agency to collaborate with ISRO in space missions

Source:-European Space Agency to collaborate with ISRO in space missions While the European Space Agency (ESA)’s Gaia satellite mission is on its multi-dimensional space probe, mapping a billion stars in our Milky Way Galaxy, ESA’s Senior Scientific Advisor Mark McCaughrean reveals ESA’s plan for further collaboration with Indian Space Research …

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