Done at Last! but done damn well!
Millions of Indians gave a big sigh of relief on last Sunday afternoon, as the giant bird, weighing more than 415 Tonnes, rose majestically from its launchpad on the east coast of India, roaring with a thunder that reverberated and drowned all other sounds, to fly upwards gaining more and more speed. The great rocket thrusters underneath, producing a thrust of 6773 Kilo Newtons, threw bright yellow orange flames downwards followed by an undulating mass of white smoke that soon billowed out…
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For two robotic spacecraft set to arrive at Mars over the next few days, the steepest hurdle will be slowing down.
India launches first mission to Mars
NEW DELHI (AP) — India on Tuesday launched its first spacecraft bound for Mars, a complex mission that it hopes will demonstrate and advance technologies for...
ISRO launches India’s fifth navigation satellite IRNSS-1E powered by PSLV rocket
RNSS-1E is the fifth navigation satellite in the IRNSS space system, comprising seven satellites, which would be on par with US-based GPS once the full complement of spacecraft is launched. The Ind…
16 Oct 2017 Spatial Analysis- Introductory Concept and Overview by Mr Prabhakar Alok Verma
Rate this post 16 Oct 2017 Spatial Analysis- Introductory Concept and Overview by Mr Prabhakar Alok Verma IIRS, ISRO Dehradun https://youtu.be/mbqlMIbBqKg
India's Chandrayaan-2 rocket launch is a success (Updated)
Indian Space Research Organisation successfully launches Chandrayaan-2 lunar probe with GSLV MK-III, India‘s most powerful rocket, at 2.43 PM IST.
Privatization Boom: ISRO Partners With Private Players To Build Satellites; Niti Aayog Roping In Private Experts
Post-Independence, the 90s decade is often cited as the phase when India opened up their economy, removed license raj, and invited private players to join the revolution. It helped India to introduce computers, telecom services and automobiles which
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Chandrayaan 2 is an Indian lunar mission launched on Jul 22, 2019, by ISRO for the south pole (where the sun rays don't arrive), check here for details.
First Images Of India's Chandrayaan-2, Pragyaan Rover. Lift Off Next Week
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How ISRO Bounced Back To Launch Chandrayaan 2, An Inside Story
In a remarkable bounce back a week after the Chandrayaan 2 moon mission was aborted, the Indian Space Research Organisation launched the rocket and put the Chandrayaan 2 satellite in a "better than expected orbit" on the afternoon of July 22.
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Chandrayaan 2 Mission – ISRO HD Wallpapers, Images, Photos: 22 July 2019 is the launch date of Chandrayaan 2. ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation)