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ISRO realigns orbit of Mars mission spacecraft 'Mangalyaan'

ISRO realigns orbit of Mars mission spacecraft 'Mangalyaan'

The duration of the eclipse was so long that had we done nothing, the Mangalyaan's battery capacity would have got exhausted due to lack of sun rays. No effect of the eclipse was felt on Mangalyaan yesterday.

ISRO defers launch of its heaviest rocket GSLV Mk-III to March-April

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has postponed the launch of its heaviest rocket GSLV Mk-III due to pending tests.

ISRO's mega satellite launch next month no big deal, says eminent scientist G Madhavan Nair

ISRO's mega satellite launch next month no big deal, says eminent scientist G Madhavan Nair

On what ISRO needs to do, he said the human spaceflight project should be revived and given a kickstart.

ISRO defers launch of its heaviest rocket GSLV Mk-III to March-April

ISRO defers launch of its heaviest rocket GSLV Mk-III to March-April

ISRO also plans to send the Saarc satellite with GSLV Mk-II rocket in March.

Bihar to use 3 satellites for 'longest human chain' imagery

Bihar to use 3 satellites for 'longest human chain' imagery

Millions of people will take part in the human chain. "They will hold their hands together for 45 minutes from 12.15 p.m. to 1 p.m.," the official added.

Launch of 103 satellites is to maximise capability, says ISRO

Launch of 103 satellites is to maximise capability, says ISRO

The three Indian satellites are Cartosat-2 series, weighing 730 kg as primary payload, INS-IA and INS-1B, weighing 30 kg.

ISRO's 2017 mega take-off: 103 satellites to be sent into space together in February!

ISRO's 2017 mega take-off: 103 satellites to be sent into space together in February!

Following this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's pet South Asian satellite project will take off in March.

Losing out on NSG, Antrix Devas deal, India aims big in 2017

Losing out on NSG, Antrix Devas deal, India aims big in 2017

Simultaneous launch of 83 satellites and fast breeder reactor going critical are some of the targets set by the Departments of Atomic Energy and Space as they look forward to 2017 to put behind the lows of this year of missing out an NSG spot and losing Antrix Devas case.

Indian space startup TeamIndus collaborates with Japan's Hakuto for their lunar launch!

Indian space startup TeamIndus collaborates with Japan's Hakuto for their lunar launch!

TeamIndus can carry up to 20 kg of payload of which the Japanese rover weighs 4 kg.

Marvelous feats achieved by Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) in 2016

Marvelous feats achieved by Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) in 2016

From successfully placing eight satellites in two different orbits to the historic Mangalyaan completing two years around orbit in Mars, many such space phenomenals took place this year.

INSAT-3DR and SCATSAT-1: How ISRO's weather satellites helped 'save lives' during Cyclone Vardah in Tamil Nadu

INSAT-3DR and SCATSAT-1: How ISRO's weather satellites helped 'save lives' during Cyclone Vardah in Tamil Nadu

ISRO's achievemnts not only changed the way the world looks at India, but helped the country tackle various obstacles, including natural calamities and military survellience capabilities.

Breathtaking images from India's Mars Orbiter Mission!

Breathtaking images from India's Mars Orbiter Mission!

Breathtaking images from India's Mars Orbiter Mission!

APJ Abdul Kalam wanted to witness 'Mangalyaan' launch, reveals former ISRO chief Radhakrishnan in his memoir

APJ Abdul Kalam wanted to witness 'Mangalyaan' launch, reveals former ISRO chief Radhakrishnan in his memoir

According to Radhakrishnan, the former president wanted to witness the launch of Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) - India's first interplanetary mission – also known as Mangalyaan, on September 24, 2014 but had to leave Bengaluru with 'childlike reluctance' the day before as he had a university convocation to address.

Indian remote sensing satellite RESOURCESAT-2A successfully placed in orbit

Indian remote sensing satellite RESOURCESAT-2A successfully placed in orbit

The PSLV-C36 will placed the 1235 kg RESOURCESAT-2A into an 817 km polar Sun Synchronous Orbit (SSO) in about 18 minutes after lift off.

PSLV-C36 - ISRO to Launch Remote Sensing Satellite today

PSLV-C36 - ISRO to Launch Remote Sensing Satellite today

The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle-C36, in its 38th flight, will blast off at 10:24 am from the first launch pad at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota, about 125 km from Chennai, ISRO said on its website.

PSLV-C36/RESOURCESAT-2A launch: Five things to know

PSLV-C36/RESOURCESAT-2A launch: Five things to know

RESOURCESAT-2A is scheduled to be launched on December 07, 2016 at 10:25 hrs (IST) from SDSC SHAR, Sriharikota.

ISRO all set to launch remote sensing satellite on December 7!

ISRO all set to launch remote sensing satellite on December 7!

The 44.4 metre tall PSLV C36 is expected to place the 1,235 kg RESOURCESAT-2A into an 827km polar Sun Synchronous Orbit in about 18 minutes after lift off.  

Moon 2.0 mission: India's Team Indus to send rover to Moon aboard ISRO's PSLV next year

Moon 2.0 mission: India's Team Indus to send rover to Moon aboard ISRO's PSLV next year

Team Indus will launch its spacecraft aboard ISRO's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) next year. 

ISRO to launch 83 satellites in one go in January 2017

ISRO to launch 83 satellites in one go in January 2017

80 satellites weighing 500 kg belonged to five foreign countries -- Israel, Kazakhstan, Netherlands, Switzerland and the US.

ISRO seeking scientific proposals for Mars Orbiter Mission-2 following Mangalyaan's success

ISRO seeking scientific proposals for Mars Orbiter Mission-2 following Mangalyaan's success

A call for proposals through an Announcement of Opportunity (AO) has been made within India to seek proposal for scientific experiments for Mars Orbiters Mission-2.