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ISRO to hit 100 foreign satellite launch figure soon

ISRO to hit 100 foreign satellite launch figure soon

According to Antrix Corporation - the commercial arm of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), India till date has launched 74 satellites from 20 countries.

Countdown for India's rocket launch to start today

Countdown for India's rocket launch to start today

According to ISRO, the Mission Readiness Review (MRR) committee and Launch Authorisation Board (LAB) have cleared the 48 and-half-hour countdown of PSLV/SCATSAT-1 Mission to start on September 24.

India’s PSLV-C35 to launch SCATSAT-1, 7 other satellites on September 26

India’s PSLV-C35 to launch SCATSAT-1, 7 other satellites on September 26

The 377 kg SCATSAT-1 satellite would be placed into a 720 km Polar SSO, whereas the two Universities satellites and the five foreign satellites will be placed into a 670 km polar orbit.

ISRO to test scramjet engine

ISRO to test scramjet engine

India's rocket port is located at Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) in Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh around 80km from here.

PM Modi congrats ISRO for successful PSLV mission

PM Modi congrats ISRO for successful PSLV mission

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday congratulated the ISRO for the successful launch of a record 20 satellites in a single Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) mission.

ISRO creates history, places record 20 satellites into orbit

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Watch: ISRO's record 20-satellite launch, including Cartosat-2 series

Watch: ISRO's record 20-satellite launch, including Cartosat-2 series

In a precision launch, PSLV-C34 took off from the second launch pad of Satish Dhawan Space Centre, about 110 km from Chennai at 9.26 AM and placed the Cartosat-2 Series and 19 others in the designated orbit.

Eight interesting facts about ISRO's workhorse PSLV!

Eight interesting facts about ISRO's workhorse PSLV!

Here are some interesting facts about ISRO's workhorse Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, commonly known by its abbreviation PSLV.

List of ISRO's achievements over the last two years

List of ISRO's achievements over the last two years

In the last two years, ISRO has launched around six satellites building India's might in space.

Countdown for launch of Indian rocket with 20 satellites progressing smoothly

Countdown for launch of Indian rocket with 20 satellites progressing smoothly

The satellites' health is being checked and the preparations for the filling of the fuel for the second rocket's second stage/engine is under progress, the ISRO said on Tuesday.

ISRO begins 48-hour countdown for launch of 20 satellites on Wednesday

ISRO begins 48-hour countdown for launch of 20 satellites on Wednesday

According to ISRO, the Indian rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle PSLV-C34 carrying 20 satellites will lift off from the rocket port at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh at 9.26 am on June 22.

ISRO's record launch 20 satellites: Important things you should know!

ISRO's record launch 20 satellites: Important things you should know!

Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, PSLV-C34 was used to carry the satellites, including India’s earth observation spacecraft Cartosat-2, from the Second Launch Pad 9 (SLP) of Satish Dhawan Space Centre.

India's growing might in space technology gives jitters to West, US firms demand curb on ISRO

India's growing might in space technology gives jitters to West, US firms demand curb on ISRO

Afraid of India's growing might in the space technology, US' private space industry has expressed its opposition to the large scale use of low-cost ISRO launch vehicles for putting American satellites into orbits.

US' private space industry opposes use of ISRO launch vehicles

US' private space industry opposes use of ISRO launch vehicles

Currently, the Indian launch vehicle PSLV has a sweet spot and has the capability of launching some of these satellites right now in a timely manner.

Countdown for Indian rocket launch progressing smoothly

Countdown for Indian rocket launch progressing smoothly

Around 20 minutes into the flight, the rocket is expected to put into orbit the 1,425-kg IRNSS-1F satellite at an altitude of 488.9 km.

India to launch sixth navigation satellite on Thursday

India to launch sixth navigation satellite on Thursday

This will be already the second rocket launch for India in 2016. The first one was on January 20 when a PSLV rocket put into orbit the IRNSS-1E satellite in text-book style.

 Major Indian space discoveries/missions of 2015

Major Indian space discoveries/missions of 2015

Take a look at some of the major Indian space missions this year.

Smooth countdown for ISRO's launch of six Singaporean satellites

Smooth countdown for ISRO's launch of six Singaporean satellites

The countdown for the launch of six Singaporean satellites using an Indian rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) is progressing smoothly at the rocket port in Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh, a senior Indian space agency official said.

ISRO to launch six Singaporean satellites on December 16

ISRO to launch six Singaporean satellites on December 16

The Indian space agency will be launching six Singaporean satellites weighing a total of around 625 kg on December 16.

India to launch six Singapore satellites in December

India to launch six Singapore satellites in December

The polar satellite launch vehicle (PSLV), the most reliable workhorse and trusted rocket of the Indian Space Research and Organisation (ISRO), will deploy the satellites into a near equatorial orbit, inclined 15 degrees lower to the south of equator.