INDIAN SPACE RESEARCH ORGANISATION
ISRO completes launch rehearsal of PSLV-C51 mission, two satellites drop out
India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C51) is scheduled to launch Brazil's Amazonia-1 as primary satellite and 18 co-passenger satellites from first launch pad of Satish Dhawan Space Centre, SHAR, Sriharkota, about 100 km from Chennai, at 10.24 am on Sunday.
ISRO gears up to launch its new-generation mini rocket on maiden flight
Multiple sources in ISRO said on Thursday SSLV-D1 is targeted to be l...
Chandrayaan-3 launch delayed further to 2022
Chandrayaan-2, aimed at landing a rover on unchartered Lunar South Pole, was launched on July 22...
Mangalyaan-2 will be an orbiter mission: ISRO chief K Sivan
After its successful Mars Orbiter Mission, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) called for 'Announcement of Opportunities' on Mars Orbiter Mission-2. But there are other major projects that are lined up. After the Mars Orbiter Mission's success, ISRO also decided to explore Venus.
India & Australia expand space cooperation
The amendment to the Memorandum of Understanding between the Australian Space Agency and the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), builds on the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership between Australia and India announced by Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Prime Minister Narendra Modi last year.
Gaganyaan is just the beginning! India plans to have sustained human presence in space
The Department of Space (DoS) has envisaged a national effort to meet the goal of successful demonstration of human spaceflight capability and to achieve the vision of sustained human presence in space.
First in 50 years: Isro opens its satellite centre to private firms
Over the next few months, two private firms will test their engines at Sriharikota spaceport and Thiruvananthapuram rocket centre. Isro will soon give its satellite images to a private firm that offers mapping services.
Students of college in Coimbatore develop satellite for Indian Space Research Organisation
After installing Sri Shakti Sat Ground Station in collaboration with Serbia-based Community for Space Programme Development, the institute became a member of the Satellite Networked Open Ground Station (SATNOGS) project, he said.
Isro likely to launch rocket dedicated to private satellites on February 28
Isro chairman K Sivan has called the upcoming PSLV launch, dedicated to private satellites, “as part of space reforms", which are aimed at increasing participation of private companies in the space sector.
IN-SPACe to provide level playing field for pvt companies, start-ups in space sector: Jitendra Singh
Singh, the minister of state for the Department of Space, said more than 25 industries have already approached the Department of Space for undertaking space activities according to the guidelines. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) in collaboration with the private sector will boost the goal of 'Aatmanirbhar Bharat' (self-relaint India), he said.
Atomic, defence, space units look for collaborations with private companies
“This is the general philosophy of the government to encourage industry and R&D labs, academia working together. The strategic lab itself cannot be aatmanirbhar (self-reliant) if they don’t have the connection with the outside world,” Department of Science and Technology secretary Ashutosh Sharma told
Indian satellite to carry names of common people in space to create awareness, generate curiosity
SD Sat is a 3U cube satellite named after the former Chairman and one of the founding fathers of the Indian space programme Professor Satish Dhawan. It is being launched into orbit by Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) onboard the PSLV-C51 (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) rocket.
ISRO chief K Sivan gets extension till January 2022, ensures continuity in opening up space sector
The regulatory body Indian National Space Promotion and Authorisation Centre (In-Space) is being formed to provide a level playing field to the industry.
ISRO developing green propulsion for human space mission: K Sivan
"As India continues to focus on economic growth, it needs to ensure that environmental damage is limited by adopting green technologies. ISRO has made space grade lithium-ion batteries and this technology is useful for mass adoption of electric vehicle", ISRO Chairman K Sivan noted.
Sky's the limit for Hyderabad-based MTAR, a company that makes rockets and nuclear reactors
The journey to space and nuclear technology started 50 years ago when two friends — PR Reddy and KSN Reddy — quit their jobs as engineers at Hindustan Machine Tools to start MTAR (an acronym for Machine, Tool, Aids, Re-conditioning). Soon after, PR Reddy’s brother PJ Reddy joined the team to helm the financial and commercial side of business.