ISRO in 2018 lost contact with military satellite GSAT 6A, led to deferring of Chandrayaan launch
GSAT 6A was launched in March last year and was meant to support military communications in hostile regions using handy ground terminals.
It's official, in a 1st, Isro invites private firms to build 5 PSLVs
The agency has invited Indian companies to build five PSLVs for nearly Rs 1,000 cr.
Jal Shakti Abhiyan to get measured up- satellite backed sensors for real time measurement of ground water level
All Central Prabhari Officers have been told to ensure ‘measurement’ of ground water levels.
China plans to launch 100 satellites by 2025: Official
China, which is investing heavily in space technology with plans to build its own space station by 2022, reported to have about 280 satellites currently in space against India's 54.
Foreign reinsurers may be allowed to open satellite offices in GIFT city
Presently, foreign reinsurers which already have branches in India have to apply for a fresh licence in GIFT City, enjoying taxation benefits and relaxed net owned fund norms.
Satellite images show Pakistan’s terror push in Kashmir ahead of polls
Massive terror infiltration: TIMES NOW accesses visual proof, Pakistan’s terror push in Kashmir EXPOSED. Pakistan Army is providing cover to...
Chandrayaan-2 landing attempt will help India's future missions: Former NASA astronaut
ISRO's plan to soft land Vikram near the Moon's south pole did not go as per script, with the lander losing communication with ground stations during its final descent.
Everything going according to plan, ISRO chief on proposed soft landing of 'Vikram' module
"We are eagerly waiting for the event. Everything is going according to the plan," ISRO chief K Sivan said.
Navy to buy Rs 1,589 crore satellite from ISRO
The Rs 1,589 crore order for a new military satellite—named GSAT 7R—will include launch cost and procurement of necessary infrastructure on ground.
Provided India satellite data for flood relief efforts, says Chinese envoy
China provided India satellite data to assist in New Delhi's flood relief efforts, according to the Chinese ambassador post ISRO's request for international disaster relief support.
ISRO performs 4th lunar-bound orbit maneuver for Chandrayaan-2
All spacecraft parameters are normal, the Bengaluru headquartered space agency said after the maneuver on the spacecraft.
Use of indigenous technology in armed forces would be 75 pc by 2029-30: Rajnath
On Thursday morning, Singh flew in the Tejas fighter aircraft from the HAL airport in Bengaluru, becoming the first defence minister to fly in the indigenously-built light combat aircraft (LCA).
India, France may ink MoU for maritime surveillance satellite during PM trip
India and France are Strategic Partners since 1998 and share a comprehensive, dynamic and multi-faceted relationship.
Chandrayaan 2: Scientists to take up crucial soft landing process on September 7
Scientists at the ISRO in Bengaluru would be engaged in this process which is expected to be completed by 1.55 am, he told reporters at the airport here.
ISRO's commercial arm launched 239 satellites in last 3 years, earned Rs 6,289 crore: Government
In reply to a question in Lok Sabha, Jitendra Singh said the government has already set up NewSpace India Limited under the administrative control of DOS.
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