INDIAN SPACE RESEARCH ORGANISATION
Our orbiter had already located Vikram Lander: ISRO Chief rejects NASA claims
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chief K Sivan has cla...
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 o...
ISRO to launch surveillance satellite on Dec 11
India will put into orbit another of its sharp-eyed surveillance satellite RISAT-2BR1 with sy...
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.
Antrix CMD: Industry must help raise India’s share in $360 billion global satellite market
With Indian Space Research Organisation's (Isro's) newly formed commercial arm NewSpace India Ltd (NSIL) taking over the satellite launch contract business, the space agency's old commercial wing Antrix Corporation has now changed its priorities and is now focusing on manufacturing space systems and promoting industry's role in the sector.
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.
CARTOSAT-3, 13 US nano satellites successfully launched; ISRO crosses 300 foreign satellite launch mark
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Wednesday successfully injected into orbit its earth imaging and mapping satellite CARTOSAT-3 a...
ISRO launches CARTOSAT-3, 13 nano satellites from Sriharikota
India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle-XL (PSLV-XL) rocket carrying advanced earth observation satellite Cartosat-3 and 13 US nano satellite...
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.
Funds sanctioned for installing real-time train information system in 6k more locomotives: Railway Ministry
Replying to a query in the Lok Sabha, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said the RTIS project is being executed by the Centre for Railway Information System (CRIS), an IT arm of the ministry, in collaboration with ISRO.
ISRO launches CARTOSAT-3; PM Modi, netizens celebrate 'phenomenal accomplishment'
CARTOSAT-3 is India's most-complex and advanced earth imaging satellite built so far.
PM congratulates ISRO on Cartosat-3 satellite launch
CARTOSAT-3 is a third generation agile advanced satellite having high resolution imaging capability.
26-hour countdown for launch of CARTOSAT-3, 13 nano-satellites begins
The space agency has planned for the launch of CARTOSAT-3 satellite, ninth in the series, from the second launch pad at spaceport of Sriharikota, about 120kms from here on November 27 at 09.28 am. PSLV-C47 on its 49th mission would carry CARTOSAT-3 along with 13 commercial nano satellites from the United States.
ISRO chief optimistic about CARTOSAT-3 launch, offers prayers at Lord Venkateswara
K Sivan was seen at Tirumala in Andhra Pradesh.
Coal India, Isro tie up to develop satellite-based air pollution system
Coal India has used services of satellites for monitoring land reclamation and reforestation. Satellite-based pollution monitoring system exists only at the NASA in the US. Coal India subsidiary, CMPDI, has taken up the project for satellitebased monitoring of respirable particulate matter and it is under implementation at Singrauli and Talcher coalfields.
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