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India remains glued to the sky as ISRO's GSAT

ISRO to boost GSLV capability

Rocket to be equipped to carry satellites up to 2.5 tonnes. The Hindu, 1 day ago
India remains glued to the sky as ISRO's GSAT First, 3 days ago

With GSLV-D6, ISRO can compete in global two-tonne satellite launch market

Here's why India should celebrate ISRO's launch of GSLV-D6 BS Reporter | Bengaluru August 27, 2015 Last Updated at 17:50 IST * The indigenous cryogenic upper stage is successful for the second time in succession, which demonstrates the consistency of the home ...
 Business Standard4 days ago Live: Isro's GSLV-D6 rocket to lift off shortly  Times of India4 days ago Live: Isro’s GSLV-D6 carrying communication satellite GSAT-6 lifts off  Times of India4 days ago
The Hindu

ISRO-NASA mission to use GSLV-D6 rocket

Thursdays successful launch of the GSAT-6 satellite by GSLV-D6, earning the launcher the operational rocket tag, will signal joint collaboration between Indias ISRO and NASA of the United States. NASA ISRO SAR Mission (NISAR) is expected to be launched on ...
 The Hindu3 days ago
Times of India

India exorcises cryogenic ghost with successful GSLV-D6 lift-off

This marks the second successful GSLV launch using an indigenous cryogenic engine. The first launch, on April 15, 2010 was a failure, followed by the second one on January 5, 2014 which was a success. GSLV-D6 carrying GSAT-6 lifted off from Sriharikota ...
 Times of India3 days ago

Satellite launch milestone

India's GSLV space programme, meant to carry heavy communication satellites, passed a crucial test today when an indigenous cryogenic engine placed in orbit a two-tonne satellite without any hitch. The success follows the failure of Isro's first cryogenic ...
 The Telegraph3 days ago


The Vice President of India Shri M. Hamid Ansari has offered his congratulations to the entire team of the ISRO for the successful launch of three-stage heavy weight rocket GSLV D-6 with indigenous cryogenic stage that put in orbit GSAT-6 communication ...
 PIB4 days ago

Isro to launch US Satellite NISAR in 2021

Indian space research agency to launch 10 satellites every year, at least 2 would be using GSLV BS Reporter | Chennai August 28, 2015 Last Updated at 00:13 IST The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) is set to launch an US satellite NISAR (NASA-ISRO ...
 Business Standard4 days ago
Forbes India

ISRO's GSLV-D6 launch a grand success

It brings the Indian space agency closer to its dream of becoming a commercial launcher of heavy satellites Image: ISRO tweet I ndia moved a step closer to establishing its credentials as a reliable low-cost launcher of heavier communication satellites with ...
 Forbes India4 days ago

Countdown Begins for Isro's GSAT-6 Launch on Thursday

Indian space agency is flying the GSLV rocket with its own cryogenic engine for the second time on Thursday after the successful launch of similar rocket in January 2014 that put into orbit GSAT-14. A cryogenic engine is more efficient as it ...
 NDTV5 days ago Countdown for GSat-6 to begin today  The Hindu5 days ago Countdown for Indian rocket GSLV launch to begin on August 26  Prokerala6 days ago
Times of India

All eyes on India's cryo engine as GSLV readies for lift-off on Thursday

This will the ninth flight of the Geostationary Satellite Launch Vehicle and the third development flight using a cryogenic engine.
 Times of India5 days ago
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