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North Korea has begun fuelling rocket it plans to launch? US satellite data suggests so

Feb 05, 2016

North Korea has begun fuelling rocket it plans to launch? US satellite data suggests so

US satellite data suggests North Korea may have already begun fuelling a rocket it plans to launch this month in the face of international opposition, a Japanese newspaper reported today, citing a US defence official. #NewsTracker #Kim Jong-il #North Korea #Rocket #Kim Jong-un #Pyongyang #United States of America #Unha-3 rocket #Sohae satellite
How Isro is 'recycling' to build a cost-effective satellite at 60% the cost and one-third the time

Feb 05, 2016

How Isro is 'recycling' to build a cost-effective satellite at 60% the cost and one-third the time

In typically ingenious manner, Isro has built a satellite at 60 percent of the actual cost and within one-third of the expected time. #ISRO #Nasa #Satellite #Mars #Indian Space Research Organisation #Mangalyaan #Shareworthy #SAC #ScatSat-1 #Space Applications Centre
China 'seriously concerned' about North Korea's satellite launch this month

Feb 03, 2016

China 'seriously concerned' about North Korea's satellite launch this month

China was "seriously concerned" about the North Korea plan to launch a satellite later this month, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said on Wednesday. #China #NewsTracker #North Korea #Satellite #missile #Lu Kang
Safe travels: IIT-Bombay scientists develop satellite-based system to monitor fog

Feb 03, 2016

Safe travels: IIT-Bombay scientists develop satellite-based system to monitor fog

Scientists at the Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay (IIT-B) have developed a satellite-based fog monitoring system with the ultimate goal of integrating the fog information to air, rail and vehicular transportation management to ensure safe travel. #didyouknow #IIT #Indian Institute of Technology Bombay #Fog #Shareworthy #satellite-based fog monitoring system #Ritesh Gautam
'A declared threat to the world': North Korea may be preparing missile launch, says report

Jan 28, 2016

'A declared threat to the world': North Korea may be preparing missile launch, says report

Satellite imagery analysis suggests North Korea may be preparing a long-range ballistic missile launch, Japan's Kyodo News reported today, citing a Japanese government source #NewsTracker #North Korea #John Kerry #Wang Yi #China-North Korea relations #long-range ballistic missiles #satellite monitoring
Hello, Vietnam: In a move that may irritate Beijing, India plans satellite station in Hanoi

Jan 25, 2016

Hello, Vietnam: In a move that may irritate Beijing, India plans satellite station in Hanoi

India will set up a satellite tracking and imaging centre in southern Vietnam that will give Hanoi access to pictures from Indian earth observation satellites that cover the region, including China and the South China Sea, Indian officials said. #India #China #NewsTracker #Beijing #South China Sea #Vietnam #Satellite #Hanoi #Geo-Political #patrol boats #India-Vietnam ties
Another step toward desi GPS: India successfully launches 5th navigation satellite IRNSS-1E

Jan 20, 2016

Another step toward desi GPS: India successfully launches 5th navigation satellite IRNSS-1E

India successfully launched its fifth navigation satellite IRNSS-1E on-board the workhorse PSLV-C31 in Sriharikota on Wednesday, taking another step to be on par with US based Global Positioning System (GPS). #ISRO #NewsTracker #Satellite #GPS #Sriharikota #Shareworthy #IRNSS-1E #PSLV-C31
Delhi isn't an island, can it impose odd-even formula unilaterally, asks PIL

Dec 25, 2015

Delhi isn't an island, can it impose odd-even formula unilaterally, asks PIL

The central theme of the PIL is that this kind of a unilateral decision-making runs counter to the socio-economic reality of Delhi. #Delhi #ConnectTheDots #Arvind Kejriwal #NCR #Delhi Pollution #car-pooling #Odd Even Formula #Delhi Cars #satellite towns
What India needs to do to grab a slice of the $200 billion global space market

Dec 17, 2015

What India needs to do to grab a slice of the $200 billion global space market

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and its commercial arm, Antrix Corporation, have had a string of satellite launches for international customers in recent years but it is yet to become a formidable player in the global space market #PSLV #ISRO #ConnectTheDots #Singapore #Chandrayaan-1 #Antrix Corporation #Indian Space Research Organisation #Sriharikota #Satish Dhawan Space Centre #Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle
Another win for ISRO: India launches six Singaporean satellites; 50th launch from Sriharikota

Dec 17, 2015

Another win for ISRO: India launches six Singaporean satellites; 50th launch from Sriharikota

India on Wednesday put into orbit in copybook style six Singaporean satellites that will hover about 550 km above the Earth for up to five years. #ISRO #NewsTracker #Singapore #Orbit #Earth #Space #Satellites #Shareworthy