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  • 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.

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

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

    India launched a new "spy satellite" 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 earlier this year.

  • NASA To Get A Free Ride To The Moon On India's Chandrayaan-2

    NASA To Get A Free Ride To The Moon On India's Chandrayaan-2

    NASA will get a free ride to the Moon on-board India's second lunar mission Chandrayaan-2 that is expected to lift off in July. India has accommodated an instrument from American space agency NASA and the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will not charge any ticket for carrying the foreign instrument all the way to the Moon.

  • India's Second Visit To Moon Likely To Begin In July, Says Space Agency

    India's Second Visit To Moon Likely To Begin In July, Says Space Agency

    The space agency has announced that India's second visit to the moon under the Chandrayaan-2 mission will most likely be launched between July 9-16 this year.

  • What Scientists Are Saying About Army's "Yeti" Footprint Photos

    What Scientists Are Saying About Army's "Yeti" Footprint Photos

    Yeti Images: The Army surprised the world by releasing photos late on Monday night of what it claims to be the footprints of the elusive mythical creature, Yeti. The "Abominable Snowman", as the Yeti is also known, has been a topic of speculation because irrefutable scientific evidence has eluded scientists so far.

  • Gagandeep Kang Is 1st Indian Woman In 360 Years To Join Royal Society

    Gagandeep Kang Is 1st Indian Woman In 360 Years To Join Royal Society

    Scientist Dr Gagandeep Kang has become the first Indian woman to be elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society (FRS) in London. Called India's vaccine "God Mother", Dr Kang has joined the likes of Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin to be elected to the 360-year-old scientific body.

  • 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.

  • Israeli Spacecraft Crash-Lands On Moon Months Before Chandrayaan-2

    Israeli Spacecraft Crash-Lands On Moon Months Before Chandrayaan-2

    An Israeli spacecraft came within a few kilometers of the historic touchdown bid before it suffered a technical glitch and crashed on moon surface on Thursday. A successful soft landing of the BERESHEET spacecraft would have made Israel the fourth nation in the world to soft land on the lunar surface after Russia, the US and China. India had made a...

  • Watch: How India Blasted Satellite 300 km Above Earth With Mission Shakti

    Watch: How India Blasted Satellite 300 km Above Earth With Mission Shakti

    The Ministry of Defence released a video presentation of Mission Shakti on Saturday after successfully conducting an Anti-Satellite (A-SAT) test on March 27 from Kalam Island in Odisha.

  • "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...

  • India's Flagship Chandrayaan-2 Moon Mission Suffers Setback

    India's Flagship Chandrayaan-2 Moon Mission Suffers Setback

    India's mission for a second visit to the Moon with Chandrayaan-2 has suffered a setback. During a routine drop test, the engineering model of the moon-lander "Vikram" was damaged a few weeks ago. The main components of the space ship, however, are safe and are being tested further, ISRO chief Dr K Sivan told NDTV.

  • To NASA's Mission Shakti Rebuke, Ex-Defence Research Chief's Rebuttal

    To NASA's Mission Shakti Rebuke, Ex-Defence Research Chief's Rebuttal

    India's destruction of one of its satellites added less than half of the debris usually left over after a major satellite launch, a former chief of the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) said, countering a statement from US space agency NASA that had criticised the exercise.

  • "Double Bullseye": ISRO Launches Intel Satellite, Days After ASAT

    "Double Bullseye": ISRO Launches Intel Satellite, Days After ASAT

    Space agency ISRO successfully launchedthe electronic intelligence satellite EMISAT along with 28 nano satellites of global customers from Sriharikota today. With this, India seeks to give birth to a new surveillance satellite with a special mission of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV C-45) that has many firsts. EMISAT and the 28 other sate...

  • Concerns Over Debris Left By ASAT Missile Before ISRO's April 1 Launch

    Concerns Over Debris Left By ASAT Missile Before ISRO's April 1 Launch

    Will India's recent test of the anti-satellite (ASAT) missile endanger the launch of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle tomorrow? The anti-satellite weapon launched as part of Mission Shakti created a new debris pile some 300 kilometres above the Earth.

  • After ASAT Missile Test, India Preps Satellite To Locate Enemy Radar

    After ASAT Missile Test, India Preps Satellite To Locate Enemy Radar

    After having killed a low-orbit satellite with a space missile, India now seeks to give birth to a new surveillance satellite with a special mission of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) that has many firsts.

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'Pallava Bagla' - 508 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.

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

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

    India launched a new "spy satellite" 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 earlier this year.

  • NASA To Get A Free Ride To The Moon On India's Chandrayaan-2

    NASA To Get A Free Ride To The Moon On India's Chandrayaan-2

    NASA will get a free ride to the Moon on-board India's second lunar mission Chandrayaan-2 that is expected to lift off in July. India has accommodated an instrument from American space agency NASA and the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will not charge any ticket for carrying the foreign instrument all the way to the Moon.

  • India's Second Visit To Moon Likely To Begin In July, Says Space Agency

    India's Second Visit To Moon Likely To Begin In July, Says Space Agency

    The space agency has announced that India's second visit to the moon under the Chandrayaan-2 mission will most likely be launched between July 9-16 this year.

  • What Scientists Are Saying About Army's "Yeti" Footprint Photos

    What Scientists Are Saying About Army's "Yeti" Footprint Photos

    Yeti Images: The Army surprised the world by releasing photos late on Monday night of what it claims to be the footprints of the elusive mythical creature, Yeti. The "Abominable Snowman", as the Yeti is also known, has been a topic of speculation because irrefutable scientific evidence has eluded scientists so far.

  • Gagandeep Kang Is 1st Indian Woman In 360 Years To Join Royal Society

    Gagandeep Kang Is 1st Indian Woman In 360 Years To Join Royal Society

    Scientist Dr Gagandeep Kang has become the first Indian woman to be elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society (FRS) in London. Called India's vaccine "God Mother", Dr Kang has joined the likes of Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin to be elected to the 360-year-old scientific body.

  • 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.

  • Israeli Spacecraft Crash-Lands On Moon Months Before Chandrayaan-2

    Israeli Spacecraft Crash-Lands On Moon Months Before Chandrayaan-2

    An Israeli spacecraft came within a few kilometers of the historic touchdown bid before it suffered a technical glitch and crashed on moon surface on Thursday. A successful soft landing of the BERESHEET spacecraft would have made Israel the fourth nation in the world to soft land on the lunar surface after Russia, the US and China. India had made a...

  • Watch: How India Blasted Satellite 300 km Above Earth With Mission Shakti

    Watch: How India Blasted Satellite 300 km Above Earth With Mission Shakti

    The Ministry of Defence released a video presentation of Mission Shakti on Saturday after successfully conducting an Anti-Satellite (A-SAT) test on March 27 from Kalam Island in Odisha.

  • "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...

  • India's Flagship Chandrayaan-2 Moon Mission Suffers Setback

    India's Flagship Chandrayaan-2 Moon Mission Suffers Setback

    India's mission for a second visit to the Moon with Chandrayaan-2 has suffered a setback. During a routine drop test, the engineering model of the moon-lander "Vikram" was damaged a few weeks ago. The main components of the space ship, however, are safe and are being tested further, ISRO chief Dr K Sivan told NDTV.

  • To NASA's Mission Shakti Rebuke, Ex-Defence Research Chief's Rebuttal

    To NASA's Mission Shakti Rebuke, Ex-Defence Research Chief's Rebuttal

    India's destruction of one of its satellites added less than half of the debris usually left over after a major satellite launch, a former chief of the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) said, countering a statement from US space agency NASA that had criticised the exercise.

  • "Double Bullseye": ISRO Launches Intel Satellite, Days After ASAT

    "Double Bullseye": ISRO Launches Intel Satellite, Days After ASAT

    Space agency ISRO successfully launchedthe electronic intelligence satellite EMISAT along with 28 nano satellites of global customers from Sriharikota today. With this, India seeks to give birth to a new surveillance satellite with a special mission of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV C-45) that has many firsts. EMISAT and the 28 other sate...

  • Concerns Over Debris Left By ASAT Missile Before ISRO's April 1 Launch

    Concerns Over Debris Left By ASAT Missile Before ISRO's April 1 Launch

    Will India's recent test of the anti-satellite (ASAT) missile endanger the launch of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle tomorrow? The anti-satellite weapon launched as part of Mission Shakti created a new debris pile some 300 kilometres above the Earth.

  • After ASAT Missile Test, India Preps Satellite To Locate Enemy Radar

    After ASAT Missile Test, India Preps Satellite To Locate Enemy Radar

    After having killed a low-orbit satellite with a space missile, India now seeks to give birth to a new surveillance satellite with a special mission of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) that has many firsts.

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