ROCKET SATURN V
Pressure drop in rocket led Isro to abort moon mission
Isro had to abort Chandrayaan-2 due to drop in pressure in one of the tanks of the upper stage of the rocket.
India needs new rockets to carry heavier payloads
Isro’s heaviest rocket is rated to carry about 8,000 kg to a low earth orbit (LEO) and half...
As Chandrayaan-2 soars higher, Indian who bought 5 acres on the Moon 16 yrs ago, is optimistic
Bagdi purchased the plot on the Moon for $140 ...
The man with big ears, and big dreams that took India to the moon
Monday marks the birth centenary of this remarkable figure who founded the Indian space programme.
Cars24 set to pick up $80 million from backers
Cars24 is also in advanced stages of discussions with multiple potential new investors, who are likely to put in another $25-30 million into the company.
World's lightest satellite 'Kalamsat-V2' lifts-off successfully from Sriharikota
Kalamsat is a payload developed by students and Chennai based Space Kidz India for the first time. The Microsat-R satellite is meant for the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) purposes.
Meet the woman scientist heading India’s Gaganyaan project
The 56-year-old scientist has played a significant role in the execution of over 100 space missions.
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Atlas 5 rocket launches, sending NASA's robot to Mars
The $993 million project aims to expand human knowledge of interior conditions on Mars, inform efforts to send human explorers there, and reveal how rocky planets like the Earth formed billions of years ago.
After revealing Saturn, Cassini set for final dive on September 15
New York, Sep 11 (IANS) Nasa's robotic spacecraft Cassini that has been orbiting Saturn for 13 years is set for a final dive towards the planet and burn up in its atmosphere in a "grand finale" after it flies ast Titan, Saturn's largest moon, on September 15.
Showtime for SpaceX's big new rocket with sports car on top
As the sun rose at Kennedy Space Center, bright lights illuminated the Falcon Heavy, gleaming white on the same launch pad used by NASA nearly 50 years ago to send men to the moon.
SpaceX fires engines on big new rocket in launch pad test
The Falcon Heavy briefly roared to life for the first time at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. All three boosters _ 27 engines in all _ were tested.
SpaceX launches Air Force's super-secret minishuttle
It's the fifth flight for one of these crewless minishuttles, known as the X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle.
'Indian rocket failure not be due to design fault'
Chennai, Sep 2 (IANS) The non-separation of the heat shield of the PSLV, which trapped within itself the navigation satellite and resulted in a failed mission on Thursday, could be due to failure of component quality or quality checks, not a design failure, space technology experts said.
India developing small rocket to cash in on small-satellite boom
Chennai, Dec 14 (IANS) With the size of earth observation satellites reducing and the future trend moving towards a constellation of small satellites rather than a large one, India's space agency is developing a smaller rocket that can carry satellites weighing up to 500 kg, a senior official said.
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