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  • India to launch Chandrayaan-II by 2017

    India to launch Chandrayaan-II by 2017

    The Chandrayaan-II will have an indigenously developed rover and a lander using the Geo-Synchronous Launch Vehicle (GSLV).

  • GSLV-D5 rocket launched successfully with indigenous cryogenic technology

    GSLV-D5 rocket launched successfully with indigenous cryogenic technology

    The launch marked India's entry into the multi-billion dollar commercial launcher market on a fully indigenous large rocket.

  • ISRO's large rocket GSLV to be launched from Sriharikota shortly

    ISRO's large rocket GSLV to be launched from Sriharikota shortly

    Scientists at the Indian Space Research Organisation are keeping their fingers crossed as they prepare for the lift-off of ISRO's larger rocket, the Geo-synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle or GSLV, from the space port at Sriharikota in Andhra Prades...

  • India's make-or-break countdown for joining cryogenic rocket club begins

    India's make-or-break countdown for joining cryogenic rocket club begins

    As countdown begins, feverish work is underway at India's space port in Andhra Pradesh's Sriharikota as the Indian Space Research Organization or ISRO prepares for a landmark launch of its heavy rocket, the Geo-synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (G...

  • Countdown for India's Mars Orbiter Mission starts Sunday

    Countdown for India's Mars Orbiter Mission starts Sunday

    The final countdown for India's ambitious Rs.430-crore Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) will begin Sunday morning.

  • What stopped India's rocket launch? 750 kg of leaking fuel

    What stopped India's rocket launch? 750 kg of leaking fuel

    When India's Rs 205-crore space mission was aborted earlier this month, scientists from the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) blamed a fuel leak in the rocket that was meant to place a fancy communications satellite in space.

  • Indian space agency may use standby engine to launch GSLV

    Indian space agency may use standby engine to launch GSLV

    Indian space agency ISRO will look at options of using a standby engine for the early launch of its heavy geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle (GSLV) after examining what forced the postponement of the launch yesterday, an official said.

  • Highlights: ISRO chief on GSLV launch called off

    Indian scientists have called off the countdown clock for the lift-off for a home-made massive rocket and a communications satellite, GSAT-14. With just an hour to go before the launch, sources said a "leak" had been detected.

  • GSLV-D5 rocket launch delayed, countdown clock stopped due to leak

    Just an hour and 14 minutes before it was scheduled to lift off, coundown to the launch of India's massive home-made rocket and communications satellite, the GSAT-14, was halted today. Scientists at ISRO said a "leak" had been detected and they were ...

  • India's 200-crore space mission delayed after "leak" in GSLV

    India's 200-crore space mission delayed after 'leak' in GSLV

    Less than two hours before lift-off, the launch of India's massive home-made rocket and communications satellite was called off this afternoon because of a reported fuel leak.

  • India's 200-crore space mission today: what's at stake

    India's 200-crore space mission today: what's at stake

    At 4.50 pm today, India will launch a home-made massive rocket and a communications satellite, GSAT-14. This is the second time in three years that an Indian-made cryogenic engine will be used for a rocket to deposit an advanced communications satell...

  • GSLV-D5 rocket launch delayed, countdown clock stopped due to leak

    GSLV-D5 rocket launch delayed, countdown clock stopped due to leak

    The 29-hour countdown for the launch of India's heavy rocket geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle-D5 (GSLV-D5), carrying communication satellite GSAT-14, began on Sunday at 11.50 am at Sriharikota rocket port in Andhra Pradesh, officials said.

  • India's first midnight satellite launch set for Monday

    The countdown for the Monday midnight launch of an Indian navigation satellite is progressing smoothly with the liquid fuel filling for the fourth stage engine getting completed, an official said today.

  • India's Mars mission to be launched in October-November this year: official

    India's Mars mission to be launched in October-November this year: official

    Aspiring to join the select group of countries that have explored Mars, India will launch its space mission to the Red Planet in October-November this year, a top ISRO official said today.

  • President Pranab Mukherjee hails ISRO for successful PSLV launch

    President Pranab Mukherjee hails ISRO for successful PSLV launch

    Hailing Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) for its track record in launches, President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday said the country was looking forward to the success of home-grown GSLV mission.

  • India to launch three satellites next month

    India to launch three satellites next month

    India will launch three satellites next month and two more by the end of this year, said a senior official.

  • ISRO announces two new missions

    ISRO announces two new missions

    Buoyed by the successful launch of all-weather radar imaging satellite Radar Imaging Satellite - 1 (RISAT-1), Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) today announced it would launch two Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLVs) and a Polar Sa...

  • Blow to ISRO hopes: GSLV rocket explodes mid-air

    Blow to ISRO hopes: GSLV rocket explodes mid-air

    The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) witnessed a spectacular failure when India's Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) blew up shortly after lift-off. This is perhaps the biggest failure for ISRO so far.Minutes after lift-off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota at 4...

  • ISRO set to launch heaviest communication satellite today

    ISRO set to launch heaviest communication satellite today

    ISRO or the Indian Space Research Organisation is all set to launch India's heaviest communication satellite into orbit today. The lift-off of the launch vehicle GSLV-FO6 carrying 2,310 kg GSAT-5P satellite is expected to take place a little after 4 pm from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharik...

  • GSLV failure: Work on cryogenic engine to continue

    The government is seeing the GSLV failure on Thursday as a setback, but there is resolve that development of the indigenous cryogenic engine will continue, sources have told NDTV.

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