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India in Space through 2019: From RISAT, ASAT and Chandrayaan 2 to big wins for private space
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India in Space through 2019: From RISAT, ASAT and Chandrayaan 2 to big wins for private space

Satellites, an anti-satellite demo, a moon landing attempt, space firms winning big bucks — here’s the story of India in space in 2019.

ISRO successfully tests Chandrayaan-2 Mission rocket's cryogenic engine
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ISRO successfully tests Chandrayaan-2 Mission rocket's cryogenic engine

The crucial test was conducted on 11 October for 25 seconds at the space agency's propulsion complex.

ISRO spy case: How espionage mixed with vested interests ruined a scientist's career and halted India's space project
India

ISRO spy case: How espionage mixed with vested interests ruined a scientist's career and halted India's space project

The ISRO spy case first surfaced in 1994 when Narayanan and Sasi were arrested on charges of handing over India's indigenous space technology to Pakistan with the help of two Maldivian women

ISRO's GSLV Mk III has a smaller carrying capacity than lighter rockets: Experts
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ISRO's GSLV Mk III has a smaller carrying capacity than lighter rockets: Experts

ISRO officials said the mass of communication satellites is also coming down and hence India may not need a heavy-lift rocket.

‘Fat boy’ GSLV Mark III has far less carrying capacity than other lighter rockets
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‘Fat boy’ GSLV Mark III has far less carrying capacity than other lighter rockets

The "Bahubali" or "fat boy" of Indian rockets - GSLV Mk III - weighs several tonnes more than some of the other expendable rockets in the world but its carrying capacity is far less.

GSLV is a grand success, but India's Saarc satellite is a 'bad dream' because of Pakistan
India

GSLV is a grand success, but India's Saarc satellite is a 'bad dream' because of Pakistan

Pakistan was bent upon denying India any clout in the South Asian region and also pleasing the Chinese, whose help is vital for its own infantile space effort.