Friday, February 22, 2019

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,...

What’s Next for India’s Space Program?

Source:-What’s Next for India’s Space Program? By all accounts, India’s space program had a stellar 2017. That was capped with its latest launch last Friday of India’s hundredth satellites, along with 30 other satellites, on...

Chandrayaan-2 launch delayed, likely to take off only after Oct

Source:-Chandrayaan-2 launch delayed, likely to take off only after Oct India’s second mission to the moon, Chandrayaan-2, is likely to be launched only in October. Further delays cannot be ruled out if systems are not...

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...

India to launch its biggest rocket the GSLV Mark-III in two months

India is going to launch GSLV Mark-III, the country’s most powerful launch vehicle, in another two months, senior space scientist and ex-Programme Director of ISRO Prof T G K Murthy said today. “In another two...

Here’s the real reason why ISRO is looking so good in space business right...

In February, India broke a record. The Indian Space Research Organisation launched a whopping 104 satellites into orbit, besting the previous record—37 satellites on a Russian rocket in 2014. The deployment was a “remarkable feat”...

Improved PSLV on track to blast off next month

Source:-Improved PSLV on track to blast off next month The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is back in mission mode and gearing up to launch PSLV-C40, carrying earth observation Cartosat-2 satellite along with 28 foreign...

Price War in Space: India Adopts Technologies to Reduce Satellite Launch Cost

Source:-Price War in Space: India Adopts Technologies to Reduce Satellite Launch Cost Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) says it is working on a project to double the load carrying capacity of all its rockets. With...

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...

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...