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  • ISRO Eyes More Launches Per Year, Wants To Double Current Satellite Count

    ISRO Eyes More Launches Per Year, Wants To Double Current Satellite Count

    To meet the sky-rocketing domestic technology and knowledge-based demands, India's space agency needs to at least double the number of operational satellites in the coming days, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chairman A.S. Kiran Kumar said here on Monday.

  • India, Japan Mulling Possible Joint Lunar Mission, Says ISRO Chairman

    India, Japan Mulling Possible Joint Lunar Mission, Says ISRO Chairman

    Discussions are underway between India and Japan on making use of space segment for providing inputs on weather-monitoring parameters and also on a joint lunar mission, ISRO Chairman A S Kiran Kumar said on Friday.

  • ISRO Plans To Scale Up Outsourcing, Double Satellite Launches

    ISRO Plans To Scale Up Outsourcing, Double Satellite Launches

    The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is planning to double the launch frequency of satellites built by it by scaling up outsourcing to industry to meet growing demand, officials say.

  • ISRO To Launch Third Cartosat Satellite In Mid-December

    ISRO To Launch Third Cartosat Satellite In Mid-December

    The Indian Space Research Organisation plans to launch a satellite on board Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle or PSLV in December, the first since its unsuccessful mission to orbit a navigation spacecraft nearly one-and-a-half months ago.

  • Railways Looks To Use Advanced Technology For Rail Safety

    Railways Looks To Use Advanced Technology For Rail Safety

    Indian Railways is working with the Indian Space Research Organisation or ISRO to build and deploy safety mechanisms for safer rail journeys, union minister Piyush Goyal said today

  • ISRO Files Police Complaint Against Rumours About Smoke On Its Campus

    ISRO Files Police Complaint Against Rumours About Smoke On Its Campus

    Officials of the Indian Space Research Organisation, Tamil Nadu campus, have filed a police complaint against unidentified persons for spreading rumours that smoke emanated after a "mysterious explosion" on its premises recently.

  • ISRO Gearing Up For Next PSLV Launch In November-December

    ISRO Gearing Up For Next PSLV Launch In November-December

    Nearly a month after its unsuccessful attempt at placing a navigation satellite into space, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is gearing up for its next PSLV mission in November-December.

  • ISRO To Recruit Engineering Graduates To Scientist/ Engineer 'SC' Posts

    ISRO To Recruit Engineering Graduates To Scientist/ Engineer 'SC' Posts

    ISRO Centralised Recruitment Board (ICRB) has announced job openings for engineering graduates (BE/ BTech or equivalent degree in Electronics, Mechanical and Computer Science).

  • Desi GPS Syncs Up With Indian Standard Time, Will Boost Cyber Security

    Desi GPS Syncs Up With Indian Standard Time, Will Boost Cyber Security

    One major lacuna in India's desi Global Positioning System (GPS) has been filled by linking it to the atomic clocks that give the Indian Standard Time. This reduces Navigation with Indian Constellation's (NavIC) dependence on the American GPS and adds a level of precision and accuracy that was missing in the Indian system.

  • Ship Borne Transportable Antenna Developed By ISRO

    Ship Borne Transportable Antenna Developed By ISRO

    Space agency ISRO's Telemetry, Tracking and Command Network 'ISTRAC' has designed and developed a Ship Borne Transportable (SBT) Antenna Terminal to meet the launch vehicle telemetry tracking and command requirements.

  • ISRO's GSAT-17 Satellite Preps For Launch From French Guiana

    ISRO's GSAT-17 Satellite Preps For Launch From French Guiana

    GSAT-17, the Indian Space Research Organisation's or ISRO's communication satellite, will take off on-board the Ariane-5 launch vehicle from the Guiana Space Center at French Guiana tomorrow. The launch will take place at 2:29 am IST.

  • Stage Set For GSAT-17 To Blast Off From French Guiana

    Stage Set For GSAT-17 To Blast Off From French Guiana

    The Indian Space and Research Organisation (ISRO) is all set to launch the GSAT-17 from French Guiana on June 28, the third launch in less than a month.

  • ISRO's PSLV-C38 Lifts Off From Sriharikota With 31 Satellites: All You Need To Know

    ISRO's PSLV-C38 Lifts Off From Sriharikota With 31 Satellites: All You Need To Know

    The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) today successfully launched the earth observation Cartosat 2 series satellite on-board the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) - C 38.

  • Indian Space Agency ISRO Sends Heavyweight Cartosat-2 Along With 30 Other Satellites

    Indian Space Agency ISRO Sends Heavyweight Cartosat-2 Along With 30 Other Satellites

    After the successful launch of Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO) most powerful Indian-made rocket on June 5, GSLV Mk III, on June 5, the space agency today launched 712-kg Cartosat-2 series satellite which was carried by India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C38) from Andhra Pradesh's Sriharikota.

  • Along With Cartosat 2, This Satellite By A Tamil Nadu University Will Enter Orbit Today

    Along With Cartosat 2, This Satellite By A Tamil Nadu University Will Enter Orbit Today

    A university in rural Tamil Nadu has shot into fame by becoming the latest to boast of a satellite in space. NIUSAT, built by the Noorul Islam University in Kumarakovil, will enter into the orbit along with Indian Space Research Organisation or ISRO's Cartosat 2 today.

  • ISRO Launches India's Sixth Eye In The Sky, Cartosat 2, With 30 Satellites

    ISRO Launches India's Sixth Eye In The Sky, Cartosat 2, With 30 Satellites

    Hemmed in by neighbours with whom ties remain uneasy, India is increasingly turning vigilant, building fast on its monitoring capacity. Today Indian space agency ISRO launched another satellite - the eye-in-the-sky kind that sent images that came handy when surgical strikes were conducted across the Line of Control last September.

  • Former ISRO Chief G Madhavan Nair Pitches For Manned Mission

    Former ISRO Chief G Madhavan Nair Pitches For Manned Mission

    With the successful launch of its heaviest rocket, the Indian Space Research Organisation now needs to focus on human space flight mission, further development of semi-cryogenic engine and recoverable and reusable launch system, the space agency's former chief G Madhavan Nair said.

  • GSLV Mk 3: As India Launches Heaviest Rocket, Why ISRO Scientists Are Nervous

    GSLV Mk 3: As India Launches Heaviest Rocket, Why ISRO Scientists Are Nervous

    As the over 25-hour countdown progressed today at the Sriharikota Space Centre for the launch of India's heaviest rocket, a 100-odd engineers and scientists at ISRO or the Indian Space Research Organisation had reason to feel nervous. To date, most first launches of India's rockets have ended in failure. Can they break the jinx?

  • ISRO's GSAT-19/ GSLV MK III: Countdown Begins For Heaviest Rocket Launch

    ISRO's GSAT-19/ GSLV MK III: Countdown Begins For Heaviest Rocket Launch

    The Indian Space Research Organisation or ISRO is all set to launch this evening the heaviest rocket - the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark- III, or the GSLV MK III - carrying 3,136 kg communication satellite GSAT-19 from the spaceport of Sriharikota, with the countdown process "progressing normally".

  • ISRO To Launch Its Heaviest Rocket That Could Ferry Indians Into Space: 10 Facts

    ISRO To Launch Its Heaviest Rocket That Could Ferry Indians Into Space: 10 Facts

    The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is planning to launch a mega rocket, the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark III, or the GSLV Mk III, this Monday that will take India one step closer to sending its own astronauts in space. The vehicle will be launched from the agency's headquarters in Andhra Pradesh's Sriharikota at 5 pm tomo...

  • ISRO's Mega Rocket Launch: All You Need To Know About GSLV Mark III

    ISRO's Mega Rocket Launch: All You Need To Know About GSLV Mark III

    Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is all set to launch the heaviest rocket - Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark III (GSLV Mk III) - which will be India's preferred vehicle to carry astronauts into space.

  • Indian Space Agency Readies For Monster Rocket's Mega Launch In Sriharikota On June 5

    Indian Space Agency Readies For Monster Rocket's Mega Launch In Sriharikota On June 5

    India is all set to launch on June 5 its heaviest rocket which weighs more than the combined weight of 200 full-grown Asian elephants or five fully-loaded jumbo jets. The all-new 640-ton Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle - Mark III (GSLV Mk- III) could soon be used to ferry Indian astronauts to space. India tests a new satellite system as wel...

  • Next Week, ISRO To Test Rocket Capable Of Manned Missions

    Next Week, ISRO To Test Rocket Capable Of Manned Missions

    Scientists at the Indian Space Research Organisation or ISRO have developed an indigenously-built rocket - the largest ever made in India - that could soon be used to take "Indians into space from Indian soil" for the first time ever. The rocket, said to be as heavy as 200 full-grown Asian elephants, could catapult India into the big league of send...

  • NASA, ISRO Team Up To Inspect 'Oldest Civilisation' Site In Haryana

    NASA, ISRO Team Up To Inspect 'Oldest Civilisation' Site In Haryana

    Teams of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) of the United States and the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) would inspect the excavation being carried out at an archaeological site in Haryana's Fatehabad district to verify claims of it being the oldest civilisation in the world.

  • ISRO's Heaviest Rocket, GSLV Mark-III, Set For Maiden Launch In June

    ISRO's Heaviest Rocket, GSLV Mark-III, Set For Maiden Launch In June

    Buoyed by the successful launch of the South Asia Satellite, the Indian Space Research Organisation or ISRO is now busy preparing for the maiden launch of its heaviest rocket - the 640-tonne Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle-Mark III (GSLV Mk III).

  • South Asian Satellite: PM Modi Says Dream And Commitment Fulfilled

    South Asian Satellite: PM Modi Says Dream And Commitment Fulfilled

    The launching of South Asian Satellite was "a dream and a commitment" which India has fulfilled, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today, a day after the country crafted history.

  • Good Weather, Smooth Countdown. All Set For ISRO's 4.57 PM Launch of South Asia Satellite: 10 Points

    Good Weather, Smooth Countdown. All Set For ISRO's 4.57 PM Launch of South Asia Satellite: 10 Points

    ISRO or the Indian Space Research Organisation has this morning reported good weather and smooth progress in a 28-hour countdown for the launch of the GSAT-9 or the South Asia Communication Satellite from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh. Lift-off is at 4.57 pm today. Pakistan has opted out and the Rs 450-crore project, India's gift to its neighbours,...

  • ISRO Demonstrates Solar Hybrid Electric Car

    ISRO Demonstrates Solar Hybrid Electric Car

    To drive the car, energy was supplied to the vehicle by energy density Lithium ion batteries connected across high power density super-capacitors. The battery delivered the sustained energy requirement while the super-capacitor supported the peak power demand during high torque conditions.

  • IIST Releases Admission Notification; Process To Start From May 22

    IIST Releases Admission Notification; Process To Start From May 22

    The Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST) has released the notification for the application process for admission to four-year B.Tech. programs and five year dual degree B.Tech. and MS/M.Tech. program.

  • ISRO To Launch 5 Communication Satellites By Year-End

    ISRO To Launch 5 Communication Satellites By Year-End

    The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will launch five communication satellites by the year-end, its chairman A S Kiran Kumar said today.

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