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'Anti-satellite Missile' - 31 News Result(s)

  • Space Debris Risk Caused By Mission Shakti Overhyped, Says Rakesh Sharma

    Space Debris Risk Caused By Mission Shakti Overhyped, Says Rakesh Sharma

    India's successful test of an anti-satellite missile (ASAT) last month, when it shot down a satellite in space, was met with mixed reactions internationally.

  • India Chose Lower Orbit To Avoid Debris Threat To Global Space Assets: DRDO

    India Chose Lower Orbit To Avoid Debris Threat To Global Space Assets: DRDO

    With the successful anti-satellite missile test, India is capable of hitting a target at a range of over 1,000 km in space and a lower orbit was chosen for the mission to avoid threat of debris to global space assets, DRDO Chairman G Satheesh Reddy said on Saturday.

  • "Mission Shakti" Debris Concerns Addressed: Deputy NSA Pankaj Saran

    "Mission Shakti" Debris Concerns Addressed: Deputy NSA Pankaj Saran

    International concerns over the fallout of India's landmark anti-satellite missile test "Mission Shakti" have been addressed, Pankaj Saran, the Deputy National Security Advisor of India, told NDTV on Tuesday. The anti-satellite weapon's test had left a trail of debris that posed a threat to other projects like the International Space Station, exper...

  • US Says "Took Note" Of India's Statements On Debris Created By ASAT Test

    US Says "Took Note" Of India's Statements On Debris Created By ASAT Test

    ASAT Missile Test: The United States has said that the issue of space debris is an important concern and it has taken note of the Indian government's statements that its recently conducted anti-satellite missile test or ASAT was designed to address "space debris issues," according to US State Department Deputy Spokesperson Robert Palladino.

  • "Audacious": Anand Mahindra Blasts NASA Comments On Anti-Satellite Test

    "Audacious": Anand Mahindra Blasts NASA Comments On Anti-Satellite Test

    Influential businessman Anand Mahindra today said the US was being hypocritical after the country's space agency NASA termed India's anti-satellite missile test or ASAT test a "terrible, terrible thing."

  • A Month Before PM Announcement, India Failed Earlier ASAT Test: Experts

    A Month Before PM Announcement, India Failed Earlier ASAT Test: Experts

    A month before India's successful test of an anti-satellite missile, right in the middle of election season, a similar test had failed, a leading expert from the Federation of American scientists has claimed. Quoting US government sources, Ankit Panda has written in The Diplomat magazine that a missile tested on February 12 failed after flying for ...

  • US Denies "Spying" On India's ASAT Test, But Experts Believe Otherwise

    US Denies "Spying" On India's ASAT Test, But Experts Believe Otherwise

    The Pentagon has strongly denied the reports that the US spied on India's anti-satellite or ASAT missile test by sending a reconnaissance aircraft from its base in Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean to monitor the development. It, however, said that the United States was aware of India's first test-fire of an anti-satellite missile.

  • Poll Commission Verdict Likely Today On PM's Mission Shakti Address

    Poll Commission Verdict Likely Today On PM's Mission Shakti Address

    The Election Commission is expected to give its take tomorrow on whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi's public address on India's anti-satellite missile was a violation of the Model Code of Conduct as alleged by the opposition.

  • "Modi Hai Toh Mumkin Hai": Shiv Sena On India's ASAT Missile Launch

    <i>"Modi Hai Toh Mumkin Hai"</i>: Shiv Sena On India's ASAT Missile Launch

    Hailing India's successful successful anti-satellite missile test, the Shiv Sena today said it was possible because of Prime Minister Narendra Modi being at the helm of affairs in the country.

  • China Urges "Real Action" For Peace In Space As India Tests ASAT: Report

    China Urges "Real Action" For Peace In Space As India Tests ASAT: Report

    The Chinese military on Thursday said it hopes all countries can take "real actions" to maintain lasting peace and stability in the outer space, a day after India successfully test-fired an anti-satellite missile by shooting down a live satellite.

  • "Went Into Mission Mode In The Last 6 Months": DRDO Chief On ASAT

    "Went Into Mission Mode In The Last 6 Months": DRDO Chief On ASAT

    The anti-satellite missile test entered a "mission mode" in the last six months with over a 100 scientists working round-the-clock to meet the launch deadline, chief of the Defence Research and Development Organisation, G Satheesh Reddy said today.

  • "India Has Long Way To Go": US Experts On Space Security After ASAT Test

    "India Has Long Way To Go": US Experts On Space Security After ASAT Test

    Prominent American experts have said that India has a long way to go when it comes to ensuring space security after it successfully test-fired an anti-satellite missile by shooting down a live satellite. The test made India the fourth country in the world after the US, Russia and China to acquire the strategic capability to shoot down enemy satelli...

  • "Let's Not Make It A Mess": US Warns Of Debris After India's ASAT Test

    "Let's Not Make It A Mess": US Warns Of Debris After India's ASAT Test

    Acting U.S Defence Secretary Patrick Shanahan warned any nations that might be considering anti-satellite (ASAT) weapons tests like the one India carried out on Wednesday to "not make a mess" in space, noting the debris that can be left behind.

  • "Could Have Started On Anti-Satellite Weapon Earlier": Missile Scientist

    "Could Have Started On Anti-Satellite Weapon Earlier": Missile Scientist

    Noted missile scientist VK Saraswat has claimed that the "building blocks" for today's Mission Shakti project existed since 2005, but lack of initiative on the part of the former UPA government prevented such an anti-satellite missile test from being conducted over the years.

  • India Fourth To Test ASAT, Pioneered By US, Soviet Union 60 Years Ago

    India Fourth To Test ASAT, Pioneered By US, Soviet Union 60 Years Ago

    In the backdrop of the Cold War and perceived threat of strikes from space, both United States and the erstwhile USSR worked on the Anti-Satellite Weapons (ASAT) programme, but it was the former who tested it first in 1959.

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'Anti-satellite Missile' - 31 News Result(s)

  • Space Debris Risk Caused By Mission Shakti Overhyped, Says Rakesh Sharma

    Space Debris Risk Caused By Mission Shakti Overhyped, Says Rakesh Sharma

    India's successful test of an anti-satellite missile (ASAT) last month, when it shot down a satellite in space, was met with mixed reactions internationally.

  • India Chose Lower Orbit To Avoid Debris Threat To Global Space Assets: DRDO

    India Chose Lower Orbit To Avoid Debris Threat To Global Space Assets: DRDO

    With the successful anti-satellite missile test, India is capable of hitting a target at a range of over 1,000 km in space and a lower orbit was chosen for the mission to avoid threat of debris to global space assets, DRDO Chairman G Satheesh Reddy said on Saturday.

  • "Mission Shakti" Debris Concerns Addressed: Deputy NSA Pankaj Saran

    "Mission Shakti" Debris Concerns Addressed: Deputy NSA Pankaj Saran

    International concerns over the fallout of India's landmark anti-satellite missile test "Mission Shakti" have been addressed, Pankaj Saran, the Deputy National Security Advisor of India, told NDTV on Tuesday. The anti-satellite weapon's test had left a trail of debris that posed a threat to other projects like the International Space Station, exper...

  • US Says "Took Note" Of India's Statements On Debris Created By ASAT Test

    US Says "Took Note" Of India's Statements On Debris Created By ASAT Test

    ASAT Missile Test: The United States has said that the issue of space debris is an important concern and it has taken note of the Indian government's statements that its recently conducted anti-satellite missile test or ASAT was designed to address "space debris issues," according to US State Department Deputy Spokesperson Robert Palladino.

  • "Audacious": Anand Mahindra Blasts NASA Comments On Anti-Satellite Test

    "Audacious": Anand Mahindra Blasts NASA Comments On Anti-Satellite Test

    Influential businessman Anand Mahindra today said the US was being hypocritical after the country's space agency NASA termed India's anti-satellite missile test or ASAT test a "terrible, terrible thing."

  • A Month Before PM Announcement, India Failed Earlier ASAT Test: Experts

    A Month Before PM Announcement, India Failed Earlier ASAT Test: Experts

    A month before India's successful test of an anti-satellite missile, right in the middle of election season, a similar test had failed, a leading expert from the Federation of American scientists has claimed. Quoting US government sources, Ankit Panda has written in The Diplomat magazine that a missile tested on February 12 failed after flying for ...

  • US Denies "Spying" On India's ASAT Test, But Experts Believe Otherwise

    US Denies "Spying" On India's ASAT Test, But Experts Believe Otherwise

    The Pentagon has strongly denied the reports that the US spied on India's anti-satellite or ASAT missile test by sending a reconnaissance aircraft from its base in Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean to monitor the development. It, however, said that the United States was aware of India's first test-fire of an anti-satellite missile.

  • Poll Commission Verdict Likely Today On PM's Mission Shakti Address

    Poll Commission Verdict Likely Today On PM's Mission Shakti Address

    The Election Commission is expected to give its take tomorrow on whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi's public address on India's anti-satellite missile was a violation of the Model Code of Conduct as alleged by the opposition.

  • "Modi Hai Toh Mumkin Hai": Shiv Sena On India's ASAT Missile Launch

    <i>"Modi Hai Toh Mumkin Hai"</i>: Shiv Sena On India's ASAT Missile Launch

    Hailing India's successful successful anti-satellite missile test, the Shiv Sena today said it was possible because of Prime Minister Narendra Modi being at the helm of affairs in the country.

  • China Urges "Real Action" For Peace In Space As India Tests ASAT: Report

    China Urges "Real Action" For Peace In Space As India Tests ASAT: Report

    The Chinese military on Thursday said it hopes all countries can take "real actions" to maintain lasting peace and stability in the outer space, a day after India successfully test-fired an anti-satellite missile by shooting down a live satellite.

  • "Went Into Mission Mode In The Last 6 Months": DRDO Chief On ASAT

    "Went Into Mission Mode In The Last 6 Months": DRDO Chief On ASAT

    The anti-satellite missile test entered a "mission mode" in the last six months with over a 100 scientists working round-the-clock to meet the launch deadline, chief of the Defence Research and Development Organisation, G Satheesh Reddy said today.

  • "India Has Long Way To Go": US Experts On Space Security After ASAT Test

    "India Has Long Way To Go": US Experts On Space Security After ASAT Test

    Prominent American experts have said that India has a long way to go when it comes to ensuring space security after it successfully test-fired an anti-satellite missile by shooting down a live satellite. The test made India the fourth country in the world after the US, Russia and China to acquire the strategic capability to shoot down enemy satelli...

  • "Let's Not Make It A Mess": US Warns Of Debris After India's ASAT Test

    "Let's Not Make It A Mess": US Warns Of Debris After India's ASAT Test

    Acting U.S Defence Secretary Patrick Shanahan warned any nations that might be considering anti-satellite (ASAT) weapons tests like the one India carried out on Wednesday to "not make a mess" in space, noting the debris that can be left behind.

  • "Could Have Started On Anti-Satellite Weapon Earlier": Missile Scientist

    "Could Have Started On Anti-Satellite Weapon Earlier": Missile Scientist

    Noted missile scientist VK Saraswat has claimed that the "building blocks" for today's Mission Shakti project existed since 2005, but lack of initiative on the part of the former UPA government prevented such an anti-satellite missile test from being conducted over the years.

  • India Fourth To Test ASAT, Pioneered By US, Soviet Union 60 Years Ago

    India Fourth To Test ASAT, Pioneered By US, Soviet Union 60 Years Ago

    In the backdrop of the Cold War and perceived threat of strikes from space, both United States and the erstwhile USSR worked on the Anti-Satellite Weapons (ASAT) programme, but it was the former who tested it first in 1959.

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