ISRO scientists unfurl antenna of RISAT-2BR1 satellite
"Today at 1400 hrs Radial Rib Antenna of #RISAT2BR1 spacecraft was successfully deployed in-orbit. This complex technology involved unfurling and deployment of the 3.6 m antenna which was folded and stowed during launch," ISRO said in an update. The deployment was completed in 9 minutes and 12 seconds, it said.
West Bengal Pollution Control Board to install sensors to detect stubble burning
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Watch: PSLV-C48 carrying RISAT-2BR1 lifts off from Sriharikota
Sriharikota: The Indian Space Research Organisation's workhorse rocket PSLV-C4...
Nearly 24 hour countdown begins for launch of RISAT-2BR1
The workhorse Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, on its 50th mission, PSLV-C48, is scheduled to lift off from the first launch pad of the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota, about 130 km from here at 3.25 PM on Wednesday, the Indian Space Research Organisation said.
Our orbiter had already located Vikram Lander: ISRO Chief rejects NASA claims
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chief K Sivan has claimed that the Vikram Lander of Chandrayaan-2 had been spotted by the space ag...
Centre proposes Rs 33 crore to protect Indian satellites from space debris
In Sep, India launched the early warning system Netra (Network for Space Objects, Tracking, and Analysis) to secure its satellites and other assets in space at an estimated cost of Rs 400 crore.
50th PSLV rocket successfully injected RISAT-2BR1, 9 customer satellites into precise orbit: ISRO
ISRO on Wednesday successfully injected into orbit the country's remote imaging earth observation satellite RISAT-2BR1 along with nine other...
ISRO to launch surveillance satellite on Dec 11
India will put into orbit another of its sharp-eyed surveillance satellite RISAT-2BR1 with synthetic aperture radar on December 11, an Indian space agency official said on Tuesday.
ISRO Chief offers prayers at Tirupati Balaji ahead of PSLV-C48 Mission
Tirumala (Andhra Pradesh), Dec 10 (ANI): Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chief Dr K Sivan offered prayers at Tirupati Balaji Templ...
Chennai techie uses Nasa images to find Vikram lander debris, gets credit from US agency
A Chennai techie, Shanmuga Subramanian, used lunar images from Nasa's Moon's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter captured on different dates and studied them for weeks to locate the debris of the lander. He wrote to Nasa informing about his findings. In a tweet later, Nasa confirmed the news and released images of impact site on moon surface.
Vikram lander debris: The engineer who cracked it for India
A 33-year-old avid space watcher from Chennai has received kudos for zeroing in on a piece of debris on the moon, which turned out to be the remains of India's most-watched outer space launch in recent times.
ISRO chief optimistic about CARTOSAT-3 launch, offers prayers at Lord Venkateswara
K Sivan was seen at Tirumala in Andhra Pradesh.
PM congratulates ISRO on Cartosat-3 satellite launch
CARTOSAT-3 is a third generation agile advanced satellite having high resolution imaging capability.
ISRO's tracking centre assumes control of CARTOSAT-3
According to ISRO Chief K Sivan, CARTOSAT-3 was the most complex and advanced earth observation satellite ever built by the space agency. He congratulated and complimented the launch vehicle and satellite teams involved in Wednesday's misison.
ISRO launches CARTOSAT 3, US satellites into space
The launch will enhance India's ability in high-resolution imaging and also reinforce India as a global launch destination for small satellites using its workhorse rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle. According to the ISRO 2018-19 annual report, the CARTOSAT 3 is a 3-axis agile satellite with a spatial resolution parameter of 0.25 m.
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