FM says four Indians are in Russia undergoing astronaut training as part of the joint partnership between ISRO and Roscosmos.
The Indian space agency had planned to launch its maiden human space flight mission 'Gaganyaan' by December 2021 but will be delayed due to COVID-19.
GISAT-1 is a state-of-the-art Earth observation satellite that will be used in the real-time observation of the country.
The first low-cost satellite launch from the space agency is expected to take place in the next four months.
Chandrayaan-3 will consist of lander and rover and will cost approximately Rs 250 crore.
The space station will be a 20-tonne modular abode, that can be built and used independently in different systems.
Tamil Nadu honours 'Rocket man' K Sivan with DR APJ Kalam Award for stellar scientific work, launch of Chandrayaan-2
In recognition of his stellar work in the promotion of science and technology, ISRO chairman K Sivan was on Thursday awarded the Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Award by the Tamil Nadu government
2019 will also see discussions & partnerships with other space agencies around human spaceflight.
ISRO'S GSAT-29 satellite launched from Sriharikota; 'Important milestone for Indian Space Programme,' says agency chief K Sivan
On its second developmental flight, India's heaviest rocket launched the GSAT-29 satellite into orbit. The satellite is designed to improve internet connectivity in remote areas of Jammu and Kashmir and the North East.
ISRO's GSAT-29 successfully launched from Sriharikota; 'credit to entire team,' says agency chairman K Sivan
The GSLV-Mk III, at 43.4 metres tall and 640 tons is expected to blast off at 5.08 pm today.
BJP MP Rajeev Chandrasekhar urges Centre to honour ex-ISRO scientist Nambi Narayanan with Padma award
Rajeev Chandrasekhar has appealed to the central government to honour former Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) scientist Nambi Narayanan.
The mission comes over a decade after India went up to the lunar orbit in 2008 with Chandrayaan 1.
The crew module on display was used and recovered in a 2014 unmanned space mission by ISRO.
Losses from demonetisation are huge, gains vague; NDA govt should gracefully accept setback a la Virat Kohli and ISRO
The demonetisation exercise cost Rs 8,000 crore while the money that did not come back amounted to Rs 10,720 crore.
We are aiming to launch the mission on 3 January 2019, but the window to land is on till March 2019: ISRO
ISRO at the year-end will launch satellites with three rockets, PSLV and GSLV Mk II and GSLV Mk III.
Nod for the continuation of GSLV-III programme will give India the capability to launch big satellites
The GSLV Mk-III has been developed towards achieving indigenous launch capability to launch 4-tonne class of satellites.
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is not facing any funds crunch for its ongoing activities, chairman K Sivan said on Thursday.
ISRO confirms loss of contact with GSAT-6A, after India’s largest communications satellite stops sending data
Four minutes after an orbit raising manoeuvre (the second of three such manoeuvres) at 10.51 am on Saturday, the satellite stopped sending data.
ISRO Chairman K.Sivan had earlier told IANS that the GSAT-6A would be followed by the launch of navigation satellite which will be in the next fiscal.