India is set to launch its first mission to the Red Planet on Tuesday.
India`s first mission to Mars blasted off Tuesday from the launch pad at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre here in Andhra Pradesh, beginning a 300-day journey to study the Martian atmosphere.
India`s tryst with Mars will begin in October to explore the red planet`s atmosphere and search for life-sustaining elements, a top space official said Friday.
India’s most trusted satellite launch vehicle, the PSLV on Wednesday successfully launched into orbit four satellites, including the Indo-French tropical weather satellite Megha-Tropiques.
The stage is all set for flight-
testing of indigenous cryogenic stage and engine on homegrown
rocket GSLV-D3 for the first time.
Day in Pics: 6th May
Showbiz World - May 6, 2015
62nd National Film Awards