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  • India's 104-Satellite Launch Could Be 'Wake Up Call': Chinese Media

    India's 104-Satellite Launch Could Be 'Wake Up Call': Chinese Media

    Chinese state media has praised India's record-breaking achievement of putting 104 satellites into the Orbit on a single rocket and termed the launch executed by ISRO as a "wake-up call" for China's space industry. The article in the state-owned newspaper Global Times commented that competition with India for commercial space launches "may be inevi...

  • 'Indians Have Reason To Be Proud': Chinese Media On 104-Satellite Record

    'Indians Have Reason To Be Proud': Chinese Media On 104-Satellite Record

    India's space programme offers "food for thought" for other countries on how to achieve space success with small budgets, Chinese official media said today, acknowledging ISRO's world record feat of successfully launching 104 satellites on a single rocket.

  • As ISRO Attempts World Record, Government Confirms Missions To Mars, Venus

    As ISRO Attempts World Record, Government Confirms Missions To Mars, Venus

    India will boldly go to Venus for the first time and re-visit the Red Planet very soon. Buried and hidden in the hundreds of pages of the new-format electronic budget documents, is the first formal acknowledgement by the government about these two new bold inter-planetary sojourns to Earth's immediate neighbours. This uplifting news comes ahead of ...

  • China To Launch Its Longest-Ever Manned Space Mission Tomorrow

    China To Launch Its Longest-Ever Manned Space Mission Tomorrow

    China is ready for its longest-ever manned space mission with a spacecraft carrying two astronauts set to lift off on Monday to dock with an experimental lab for a month-long stay under the Communist giant's ambitious plans to establish its own permanent space station by 2022.

  • Pak Scientists Among Those Invited to Watch China's Space Launch

    Pak Scientists Among Those Invited to Watch China's Space Launch

    China has invited scientists from Pakistan, Germany, France, Italy, Russia and the European Union (EU) to watch the launch of its manned space flight to send two astronauts to join a space lab which has been put into orbit, a media report said today. China has been helping Pakistan's space programme.

  • Amazon Adds 10,000 Stores To Network Ahead Of Festive Season

    Amazon Adds 10,000 Stores To Network Ahead Of Festive Season

    Ahead of the upcoming festive season, e-commerce giant Amazon.in today announced expansion of its delivery network with addition of over 10,000 stores under its 'I Have Space' programme, taking the total to 12,500.

  • Suit, Craft Ready, But India's Space Odyssey Gets A Go Slow Signal

    Suit, Craft Ready, But India's Space Odyssey Gets A Go Slow Signal

    India will not be putting a man in space anytime soon. Jitendra Singh, the minister in charge of India's space programmes, has recently told Parliament "as of now, manned space programme is not an approved programme".

  • Apollo Astronauts at Higher Risk of Cardiovascular Deaths: Study

    Apollo Astronauts at Higher Risk of Cardiovascular Deaths: Study

    Members of the successful Apollo space programme are experiencing higher rates of cardiovascular problems thought to be caused by their exposure to deep space radiation, according to a new study.

  • Isro to Look at Possibility of Recovering Rocket Stage

    Isro to Look at Possibility of Recovering Rocket Stage

    "We are also looking at that programme," K.Sivan, director, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) told IANS on the phone from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh.

  • NASA Selects Indian-Origin Researcher For Innovative Concept

    NASA Selects Indian-Origin Researcher For Innovative Concept

    NASA has selected 13 proposals, including one by an Indian-origin scientist, through the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC), a programme aimed at revolutionising future space missions to Mars and beyond.

  • Crucial To Develop State-Of-The-Art Tech In India: Ex-ISRO Chief

    Crucial To Develop State-Of-The-Art Tech In India: Ex-ISRO Chief

    Crafting of a strategy is very important for the space programme to ensure its long-term sustainability, former chairman of ISRO K Kasturirangan said. "It is important to develop state-of-the-art technology within the country.

  • Terrorism, Climate Change On Agenda During French President's Visit

    Terrorism, Climate Change On Agenda During French President's Visit

    French President Francois Hollande's visit to India will feature talks on issues ranging from terror, climate change, higher education, space programme and nuclear cooperation, French Ambassador to India Francois Richier said today.

  • After US, India Mars Missions, China Aims for Deep Space

    After US, India Mars Missions, China Aims for Deep Space

    Under criticism that its well developed space programme focussed more on the Moon while the US and India stole a march over China by branching out into outer space with voyages to Mars, Chinese space experts are now planning missions deeper into the solar systems.

  • ASTROSAT, India's Own Space Observatory: 10 Things To Know

    ASTROSAT, India's Own Space Observatory: 10 Things To Know

    ASTROSAT, India's first space research observatory, was successfully launched into orbit by the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle today. With this, India has joined a select club of nations having their own space observatories.

  • NASA Starts Year-Long Mission to Simulate Life on Mars

    NASA Starts Year-Long Mission to Simulate Life on Mars

    Six NASA recruits have shut themselves inside a dome in Hawaii to begin a year-long isolation programme that will simulate life on Mars to help the US space agency prepare for the pioneering mission to the red planet.

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