Isro Satellite Launch


'Isro Satellite Launch' - 42 News Result(s)

  • Months After Balakot Strike, India Launches "Cloud-Proof" Spy Satellite

    Months After Balakot Strike, India Launches "Cloud-Proof" Spy Satellite

    India successfully launched a new "spy satellite" this morning capable of keeping a lookout from space even in cloudy conditions, leaving no room for doubt the next time its armed forces conduct an operation such as the Balakot air strike carried out earlier this year.

  • ISRO Satellite Launch Highlights: GSAT-7A Lifts Off Successfully

    ISRO Satellite Launch Highlights: GSAT-7A Lifts Off Successfully

    A communications satellite that will help connect all assets of the Indian Air Force and work as a force multiplier, will be the 17th mission and last launch of Indian space agency ISRO for the year 2018.

  • Government Nod To Rs 10,000-Cr Continuation Programmes For PSLV

    Government Nod To Rs 10,000-Cr Continuation Programmes For PSLV

    The Union government today approved the continuation of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle and Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark-III programmes, costing more than Rs 10,000 crore, in a move that will help Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launch light and heavy-weight satellites.

  • Two Weeks After Big Jolt, ISRO To Launch Next Satellite: 10 Facts

    Two Weeks After Big Jolt, ISRO To Launch Next Satellite: 10 Facts

    Space agency ISRO is all set for the pre-dawn launch of its next satellite the IRNSS-1I, a key part of the country's constellation of navigation satellites. Exactly at 4.04 am, the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle or PSLV will lift off from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh, carrying the satellite. The 32-hour countdown is progressing successfully. The I...

  • ISRO Launches Its 100th Satellite, Says "New Year's Gift": 10 Points

    ISRO Launches Its 100th Satellite, Says "New Year's Gift": 10 Points

    Space agency ISRO this morning successfully sent up a rocket carrying India's 100th satellite along with 30 others, four months after failed launch. The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle or PSLV lifted off at 9.29 am from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh and a key component that had failed in August worked this time, causing scientists to gasp in relief ...

  • All You Need To Know About ISRO's 100th Satellite Launch As Countdown Begins

    All You Need To Know About ISRO's 100th Satellite Launch As Countdown Begins

    The countdown for the launch of ISRO's 100th satellite along with 30 others in a single mission, from the space port of Sriharikota, around 110 kilometres from Chennai, began today. This will be the 42nd mission of ISRO's trusted launcher PSLV, or Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle.

  • India To Launch Cartosat, 30 Other Satellites On Board PSLV On January 12

    India To Launch Cartosat, 30 Other Satellites On Board PSLV On January 12

    India will launch 31 satellites, including earth observation spacecraft Cartosat, on January 12 instead of its earlier tentative schedule on January 10.

  • ISRO Ready For First Satellite Launch In 4 Months After Failure In August

    ISRO Ready For First Satellite Launch In 4 Months After Failure In August

    For more than four months, all Indian rockets have been grounded after the country's first private-sector manufactured satellite was declared unsuccessful in August last year. ISRO, the country's premier space agency that handled the launch seems to have regained confidence and is ready for a lift-off on January 12, if all goes well.

  • 'Don't Lose Heart': Top Space Scientists Tell ISRO After Satellite Launch Fails

    'Don't Lose Heart': Top Space Scientists Tell ISRO After Satellite Launch Fails

    India's top space scientists say yesterday's unsuccessful launch of a satellite in its workhorse PSLV or Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle is a matter of concern. However, they say the heavy-lift rocket can be restored to its former glory since it has a good track record

  • Gloom At ISRO Centre After Unsuccessful Satellite Launch

    Gloom At ISRO Centre After Unsuccessful Satellite Launch

    The occasion was bereft of any jubilation. No handshakes or greetings -- a stoic silence as India's navigation satellite launch mission ended in a failure. This was the scene at the Mission Control Centre in the Satish Dhawan Space Centre of ISRO in Sriharikota today as the mission to launch the IRNSS-1H satellite ended unsuccessfully

  • India's First Private Sector-Built Satellite Launch Unsuccessful, Says ISRO: 10 Facts

    India's First Private Sector-Built Satellite Launch Unsuccessful, Says ISRO: 10 Facts

    The launch of India's first private-sector manufactured satellite, the IRNSS-1H, was declared unsuccessful today. AS Kiran Kumar, the chief of space agency ISRO, which handled the launch, said the satellite's protective heat shield, which is expected to separate and drop off, failed to do so. This was the second failure of PSLV, which had taken up ...

  • Countdown Begins For Navigation Satellite Launch

    Countdown Begins For Navigation Satellite Launch

    The 29-hour countdown for the launch of India's eighth navigation satellite IRNSS-1H began at 2 pm today at Sriharikota rocket port, 80 kilometres from Chennai, officials said

  • 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.

  • ISRO Launches GSLV Mk III, Its Most Muscular Rocket Yet: Foreign Media

    ISRO Launches GSLV Mk III, Its Most Muscular Rocket Yet: Foreign Media

    India's space agency debuted a massive rocket on Monday, launching it from the southeastern barrier island of Sriharikota. The Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV Mk III) will function mainly as a delivery system for heavier satellites, but the Indian Space Research Organization hopes that it can one day carry a manned mission - the count...

  • Historic Day, Says ISRO As India's 'Baahubali' Rocket Lifts Off: 10 Facts

    Historic Day, Says ISRO As India's 'Baahubali' Rocket Lifts Off: 10 Facts

    Trailing thick white smoke, India's monster home-made rocket GSLV Mk III did a perfect lift-off this afternoon from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh. The "Naughty boy" of Space Agency ISRO propels India into the big league of space technology. It is also expected to carry astronauts to space one day - perhaps in a little more than seven years. The 64...

'Isro Satellite Launch' - 25 Video Result(s)

'Isro Satellite Launch' - 42 News Result(s)

  • Months After Balakot Strike, India Launches "Cloud-Proof" Spy Satellite

    Months After Balakot Strike, India Launches "Cloud-Proof" Spy Satellite

    India successfully launched a new "spy satellite" this morning capable of keeping a lookout from space even in cloudy conditions, leaving no room for doubt the next time its armed forces conduct an operation such as the Balakot air strike carried out earlier this year.

  • ISRO Satellite Launch Highlights: GSAT-7A Lifts Off Successfully

    ISRO Satellite Launch Highlights: GSAT-7A Lifts Off Successfully

    A communications satellite that will help connect all assets of the Indian Air Force and work as a force multiplier, will be the 17th mission and last launch of Indian space agency ISRO for the year 2018.

  • Government Nod To Rs 10,000-Cr Continuation Programmes For PSLV

    Government Nod To Rs 10,000-Cr Continuation Programmes For PSLV

    The Union government today approved the continuation of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle and Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark-III programmes, costing more than Rs 10,000 crore, in a move that will help Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launch light and heavy-weight satellites.

  • Two Weeks After Big Jolt, ISRO To Launch Next Satellite: 10 Facts

    Two Weeks After Big Jolt, ISRO To Launch Next Satellite: 10 Facts

    Space agency ISRO is all set for the pre-dawn launch of its next satellite the IRNSS-1I, a key part of the country's constellation of navigation satellites. Exactly at 4.04 am, the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle or PSLV will lift off from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh, carrying the satellite. The 32-hour countdown is progressing successfully. The I...

  • ISRO Launches Its 100th Satellite, Says "New Year's Gift": 10 Points

    ISRO Launches Its 100th Satellite, Says "New Year's Gift": 10 Points

    Space agency ISRO this morning successfully sent up a rocket carrying India's 100th satellite along with 30 others, four months after failed launch. The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle or PSLV lifted off at 9.29 am from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh and a key component that had failed in August worked this time, causing scientists to gasp in relief ...

  • All You Need To Know About ISRO's 100th Satellite Launch As Countdown Begins

    All You Need To Know About ISRO's 100th Satellite Launch As Countdown Begins

    The countdown for the launch of ISRO's 100th satellite along with 30 others in a single mission, from the space port of Sriharikota, around 110 kilometres from Chennai, began today. This will be the 42nd mission of ISRO's trusted launcher PSLV, or Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle.

  • India To Launch Cartosat, 30 Other Satellites On Board PSLV On January 12

    India To Launch Cartosat, 30 Other Satellites On Board PSLV On January 12

    India will launch 31 satellites, including earth observation spacecraft Cartosat, on January 12 instead of its earlier tentative schedule on January 10.

  • ISRO Ready For First Satellite Launch In 4 Months After Failure In August

    ISRO Ready For First Satellite Launch In 4 Months After Failure In August

    For more than four months, all Indian rockets have been grounded after the country's first private-sector manufactured satellite was declared unsuccessful in August last year. ISRO, the country's premier space agency that handled the launch seems to have regained confidence and is ready for a lift-off on January 12, if all goes well.

  • 'Don't Lose Heart': Top Space Scientists Tell ISRO After Satellite Launch Fails

    'Don't Lose Heart': Top Space Scientists Tell ISRO After Satellite Launch Fails

    India's top space scientists say yesterday's unsuccessful launch of a satellite in its workhorse PSLV or Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle is a matter of concern. However, they say the heavy-lift rocket can be restored to its former glory since it has a good track record

  • Gloom At ISRO Centre After Unsuccessful Satellite Launch

    Gloom At ISRO Centre After Unsuccessful Satellite Launch

    The occasion was bereft of any jubilation. No handshakes or greetings -- a stoic silence as India's navigation satellite launch mission ended in a failure. This was the scene at the Mission Control Centre in the Satish Dhawan Space Centre of ISRO in Sriharikota today as the mission to launch the IRNSS-1H satellite ended unsuccessfully

  • India's First Private Sector-Built Satellite Launch Unsuccessful, Says ISRO: 10 Facts

    India's First Private Sector-Built Satellite Launch Unsuccessful, Says ISRO: 10 Facts

    The launch of India's first private-sector manufactured satellite, the IRNSS-1H, was declared unsuccessful today. AS Kiran Kumar, the chief of space agency ISRO, which handled the launch, said the satellite's protective heat shield, which is expected to separate and drop off, failed to do so. This was the second failure of PSLV, which had taken up ...

  • Countdown Begins For Navigation Satellite Launch

    Countdown Begins For Navigation Satellite Launch

    The 29-hour countdown for the launch of India's eighth navigation satellite IRNSS-1H began at 2 pm today at Sriharikota rocket port, 80 kilometres from Chennai, officials said

  • 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.

  • ISRO Launches GSLV Mk III, Its Most Muscular Rocket Yet: Foreign Media

    ISRO Launches GSLV Mk III, Its Most Muscular Rocket Yet: Foreign Media

    India's space agency debuted a massive rocket on Monday, launching it from the southeastern barrier island of Sriharikota. The Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV Mk III) will function mainly as a delivery system for heavier satellites, but the Indian Space Research Organization hopes that it can one day carry a manned mission - the count...

  • Historic Day, Says ISRO As India's 'Baahubali' Rocket Lifts Off: 10 Facts

    Historic Day, Says ISRO As India's 'Baahubali' Rocket Lifts Off: 10 Facts

    Trailing thick white smoke, India's monster home-made rocket GSLV Mk III did a perfect lift-off this afternoon from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh. The "Naughty boy" of Space Agency ISRO propels India into the big league of space technology. It is also expected to carry astronauts to space one day - perhaps in a little more than seven years. The 64...

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