Powered by free wordpress themes

Home / ISRO (page 3)

ISRO

ISRO

ISRO’s Rocket Feat : SpaceX founder Elon Musk tweets praise and challenges ISRO

Source:-ISRO’s Rocket Feat : SpaceX founder Elon Musk tweets praise and challenges ISRO Elon Musk, founder of SpaceX, yesterday praised the Indian Space Research Organisation’s record-breaking feat of launching 104 satellites on a single rocket. “Yeah, awesome achievement by ISRO. Very impressive!,” Musk, the maverick technology entrepreneur, wrote on twitter …

Read More »

India needs a dedicated Military Space Programme: Lt. Gen. PM Bali

Source:-India needs a dedicated Military Space Programme: Lt. Gen. PM Bali India may be able to meet all its energy requirements from resources from Moon by 2030, according to Dr Sivathanu Pillai, Distinguished Professor of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) which recently launched a record 104 satellites in through a …

Read More »

ISRO Tests India’s Largest Cryogenic Engine For 400-Ton Rocket

Source:-ISRO Tests India’s Largest Cryogenic Engine For 400-Ton Rocket HIGHLIGHTS ISRO tests engine for mammoth GSLV Mark III rocket It can power rocket that carries 4-ton class satellite, heavier than PSLV Engine developed after two decades of work, tech denied by Russia, US India’s space agency certainly seems to be …

Read More »

NAVIC, India’s Very Own GPS-lite

  With the launch of the final satellite completing the satnav system, the IRNSS has been renamed NAVIC – Navigation with Indian Constellation India is currently in the process of launching its own indigenous regional satnav system, called the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS). It will consist of seven …

Read More »

NAVIC, India’s Very Own GPS-lite

  With the launch of the final satellite completing the satnav system, the IRNSS has been renamed NAVIC – Navigation with Indian Constellation India is currently in the process of launching its own indigenous regional satnav system, called the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS). It will consist of seven …

Read More »

ISRO to Test its Reusable Launch Vehicle in Late May

    Bengaluru: The Indian Space Research Organisation will flight test its Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV), a new generation of vehicles that can launch satellites into orbit around Earth and then reenter the atmosphere, at the end of May, the agency’s Chairman A.S. Kiran Kumar said on April 23. “We will …

Read More »

India, China set eyes on joint satellite constellation for BRICS

    NEW DELHI: Space really knows no national boundaries, yet some of the most bitter earthly battles are fought on space issues. Amid this so-called star wars, some new green shoots of international collaboration can be seen to be emerging. Most recently, possibly the short sightedness of Pakistan led …

Read More »