ISRO's GSAT-30 satellite successfully launched aboard Ariane rocket
Blasting off from the Ariane Launch Complex in Kourou, a French territory located in northeastern coast of South America at 2:35 am IST, European space consortium Arianespace's Ariane 5 vehicle injected GSAT-30 into the orbit in a flawless flight lasting about 38 minutes.
Indian Coast Guard in talks with DoT for satellite bandwidth; eyes 200 ships, 100 aircraft by 2025
The Indian Coast Guard - the fourth largest coastal security agency in the world - is moving ahead with its Vision 2025 of having a fleet of about 200 ships and 100 aircraft in order of prevent transnational maritime crimes like drug/arms trafficking, piracy and others.
After Gaganyaan, ISRO chairman K Sivan to set sights on space station
India has earmarked over Rs 10,000 crore for the human space flight mission, which has been in the works for nearly two decades. It moved to mission mode with tight deadlines after PM Narendra Modi turned the spotlight on the programme in his Independence Day address to the nation in 2018.
SpaceX launches third batch of 60 mini Starlink satellites to build a giant constellation of spacecraft
The satellites were set to release about one hour after takeoff.
DRDO empowered India in 2019 to neutralise live satellite
DRDO flight-tested Beyond Visual Range Air-to-Air Missile (BVRAAM) Astra from Su-30 MKI platform off the coast of Chandipur in Odisha from September 16 to 19. The five trials conducted during this period, tested missiles in different configurations. Three missiles were launched in combat configuration with warheads. The tests were successful.
Ports, trains and trade: Xi Jinping to offer Myanmar billion-dollar bounty
The crown jewel of Xi's two-day visit will be a $1.3 billion deep-sea port off Myanmar's troubled western Rakhine state. The Kyaukphyu port will serve as Beijing's gateway to the Indian Ocean. Myanmar has successfully hammered down the price from $7.2 billion to swerve fears of a Chinese debt-trap, but will still pick up 30 per cent of the bill.
The kirana is a technology shop too
Your neighbourhood store is changing with canny store owners realising the benefits of going digital.
India's lack of electronics manufacturing ecosystem is hurting Isro's space plans
The absence of a robust homegrown electronics ecosystem is hurting its ambitious targets.
U.S. believes Ukraine airliner accidentally brought down by Iran: Officials
One U.S. official said U.S. satellites had detected the launch of two missiles shortly before the plane crashed, followed by evidence of an explosion.
Apple has secret team working on satellites to beam data to devices
The iPhone maker has about a dozen engineers from the aerospace, satellite working on the project.
US Army plans to expand Asian cyber efforts to counter China
The unit would also be equipped to hit land- and sea-based targets with long-range precision weapons such as hypersonic missiles, possibly clearing the way for Navy vessels in the event of conflict. The Army task force would help neutralize some capabilities China and Russia already possess and are intended to keep U.S. carrier groups away from the Asian mainland
Isro’s 2020 target: Sun mission, Gaganyaan test, 10 satellite launches
The launches will include advanced communication satellites and earth observation satellites.
Present state of economy is temporary phase: Amit Shah to students
"Don't get disheartened. This is just a temporary phase. I want to tell you that India will become a USD five trillion economy by 2024," Amit Shah said. The Union minister further added that in the first 70 years, our economy grew to USD two trillion. In the first five years of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government, it was taken to USD three trillion.
Chinese navy commissions first fourth generation destroyer
The warship named Nanchang was commissioned by People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) in the port city of Qingdao, official media reported. Launched on June 28, 2017, the Type 055 destroyer is equipped with new air defence, anti-missile, anti-ship and anti-submarine weapons.
PSLV 50th launch places India's Radar Imaging Satellite, US, Israel satellites in space
With clear skies in the background, the 44.4 metre tall rocket lifted off majestically at 3.25 pm from the first launch pad of the Satish Dhawan Space Centre here. Incidentally, the launch marks a significant milestone for the space agency as it is the 50th flight of PSLV and the 75th vehicle mission from Sriharikota.
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