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ISRO 2 LAST Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. ISRO test lifted its heaviest rocket GSLV-Mark III (LVM 3 X) on December 18, 2014 and carried a crew module to test its re-entrycharacteristics. The launch was intended to test the ... Namibia Press Agency, 1 week ago
LD SATELLITE 3 LAST(MES7) - (REOPENS MDS10) Namibia Press Agency, 1 month ago

IRNSS: Desi GPS to liberate India from dependence on US, Russia

By Vanita Srivastava April 28. At 12.50 pm sharp, a 44.4-metre-tall PSLV rocket, weighing 320 tonnes, blasted into the clear afternoon skies from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh with a blazing orangered tail trailing behind. After zooming through the ...
 Economic Times5 days ago
DNA India

ISRO to flight-test new generation reusable launch vehicle RLV-TD next month-end

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will flight test RLV-TD, a new generation reusable launch vehicle that can re-enter the atmosphere, next month end, the agency Chairman A S Kiran Kumar said on Saturday. "We will flight test in next ...
 DNA India1 week ago Flight test of RLV-TD next month end: ISRO Chief  The Hindu1 week ago ISRO to test Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV-TD) in June  Daily Excelsior.com1 week ago India to test Reusable Launch Vehicle in June  Space Daily1 week ago
Gulf News

April 18, 2001: India enters global space club

India enters global space club 2001 - India put a satellite in orbit aboard a new rocket that signalled the country's entry into the elite club of nations offering commercial satellite launches. The Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) ...
 Gulf News2 weeks ago ISRO for Improving National Space Programme  Oneindia1 month ago 'International conspiracy' derailed India's indigenous space project: Former ISRO scientist  Prokerala2 months ago
The Hindu

Nuclear Fuel Complex clocks best output

Produces 1,503 tonnes of Pressurised Heavy Water Reactor fuel bundles in 2015-16 Nuclear Fuel Complex in Hyderabad, a constituent of the Department of Atomic Energy, has posted a record production of 1,503 tonnes of PHWR (Pressurised Heavy Water ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago NFC clocks record output  The Hindu3 weeks ago

India successfully launches 6th navigation satellite

PSLV-C32 carrying the IRNSS-1F navigation satellite lifts off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota on March 10, 2016. An ISRO photo SRIHARIKOTA (PTI): India on Thursday successfully put its sixth navigation satellite into the ...
 Brahmand.com3 weeks ago New breed of satellite set for Dec launch  Deccan Herald1 month ago India says PSLV launches generated $101 million in commercial launch fees 2013-2015  Space News1 month ago PSLV puts in orbit sixth navigation satellite, IRNSS-1F  Equilibrio Informativo1 month ago

Isro Says Chandrayaan II Will Be Indigenous, Take Minor Help From US

Opting to go solo in its ambitious Chandrayaan II project, India has decided not to take Russia on board and keep the mission completely indigenous with "minor" help from the US. Isro chairman A S Kiran Kumar said Chandrayaan II, having an ...
 NDTV1 month ago Chandrayaan II to be native task with US help  The Gulf Today1 month ago Chandrayaan II to go solo by 2017  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Chandrayaan II: India won’t take Russia on board  Asian Age1 month ago

Man mission to Mars likely in 18

En route to the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) headquarters in Bangalore, Mr. James gave an exciting insight into the research at NASA National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is looking at putting people on planet Mars by ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Man mission to Mars likely in '18  Indian Mirror1 month ago

Pakistan rejects Isro's manna, Afghanistan may gain

BENGALURU: Pakistan's rejection of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's gift to SAARC nations in the form of a communications satellite could well prove a godsend for Afghanistan! For, the satellite which is now being assembled by Indian space scientists ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Afghans to gain from Pak refusal on satellite  Asian Age1 month ago

Pursue higher studies to better career

In an effort to encourage students to continue higher studies, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chariman, A.S. Kiran Kumar said that the graduates should pursue higher studies as it will help to achieve specialisations and provides ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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