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Pakistan blames India for exclusion from ‘SAARC Satellite’ project

Pakistan on Friday blamed India for its exclusion from the ‘SAARC Satellite’ project, saying New Delhi was not willing to develop the venture on a collaborative basis. Pakistan’s claim came on a day when India successfully launched the ‘South Asia Satellite’ to provide communications and disaster support to neighbouring countries. …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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