A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida on Tuesday night. SpaceX says the rocket successfully deployed an AMOS-17 satellite, which will provide satellite communication services to Africa, about 31 minutes after launch.
Space agency ISRO released the first set of pictures of the earth captured by Chandrayaan 2, the country's second Moon mission launched a fortnight ago.
Space agency ISRO on Sunday released the first set of pictures of the earth captured by Chandrayaan 2, the country's second Moon mission launched a fortnight ago.The pictures were captured by L 14 camera on board Chandrayaan II. The pictures show the earth in different hues.
Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Prakash Javadekar made an announcement that India will have a Technical Liaison Unit of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) in Moscow. While addressing a press conference in New Delhi, Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Prakash Javadekar said, “We have decided to have a Technical Liaison Unit of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) in Moscow. The unit will collaborate with Space agencies/industries in Russia and neighbouring countries for mutually synergetic outcomes. The Cabinet has approved memorandum of understanding (MoU) between ISRO and the Bolivian Space Agency on Cooperation in the exploration and uses of outer space for peaceful purposes.
Chandrayaan-2 Update: After performing the third orbit raising maneuver, Chandrayaan-2 is now 3 steps closer to the moon, ISRO tweets.
"Spirituality and astrology have never been connected. Spiritual process is the science of exploring the interiority and modern science is about exploring the external realities, so they are very much in sync", says Sadhguru, Isha Foundation.
Some of India's most advanced engineering marvels will aid Chandrayaan-2 in achieving its Moon mission. Its integrated module, which comprises technology and software developed across the country, includes ISRO's most powerful launch vehicle to date and a wholly-indigenous rover. .
Filing of liquid propellant (hydrogen) has been completed in Chandrayaan-2. More details by TimeNow's Ahmed shabbir .
Biggest scientific glory awaits. Chandrayaan-2 is ready for take-off at 2.43pm. ISRO allows people to witness the giant leap
Countdown begins for the launch of 'Chandrayaan-2'. Here's everything you need to know about 'Chandrayaan-2'!
While talking on launch of the Chandrayaan-2 mission, ISRO former chief AS Kiran Kumar said that the Chandrayaan-2 is ready for launch on July 22. "Chandrayaan-2 is now ready for launch on 22 July. We intend to move towards the moon on August 14 and land on the moon around September 6. All the activities are in full swing and we are getting ready for the event on July 22," the former ISRO chief told ANI. Although, while reacting on technical slang, former ISRO chief said, "Any system of this magnitude, we keep testing up to various levels and during one test we found there was a shortcoming, that has been overcome and we have made sure that it satisfies those test conditions, so we are ready to go now".
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO): Chandrayaan-2 launch, which was called off due to a technical snag on July 15, 2019, is now rescheduled at 2:43 pm IST on July 22, 2019.
The Indian Space Research Organisation has put off the launch of its second moon mission, Chandrayaan II, after it detected technical snags just an hour ahead of the launch in the early hours of Monday. Around 2 am, an official from ISRO said the space agency would not be able to proceed with the launch within the slated window. The countdown was frozen at 56:24.
Chandrayaan-2, ISRO's biggest mission so far, will aim to explore parts of the Moon no country has been to before. With the mission being in the works for about ten years now, the probe will launch Monday morning. Here are the top ten facts you should know about Chandrayaan-2.
Chandrayaan 2 is set to be launched on July 15. It will be the first space mission to conduct a soft landing on the Moon's south polar region. With this, India will become the fourth country ever to soft land on the lunar surface.
Ahead of the country's second mission to the moon, Indian Space Research Organisation on Thursday conducted checks at the launch pad of Chandrayaan 2 in Sriharikota.
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