Daily Bulletin: Two Independent MLAs move SC seeking direction to conclude Karnataka Assembly floor test today; Chandrayaan-2 launch at 2.43 pm; day's top stories
Karnataka political crisis: Two Independent MLAs move SC seeking direction to conclude Assembly floor test today; Chandrayaan-2 launch at 2.43 pm today from Andhra Pradesh's Sriharikota launchpad; day's top stories
Chandrayaan 2 launch live streaming: When and where to watch ISRO's second Moon mission launch today at 2.43pm
ISRO had called off the Chandrayaan 2 launch 56 minutes before its scheduled liftoff at 2.51 am on 15 July.
According to ISRO, its Solid Propellant Space Booster Plant is setting up 29 additional facilities.
The mission, satellite & rocket are important to different aspects of ISRO’s future plans.
ISRO Chairman K Sivan believes that GSAT-11 could be the last Indian satellite to be launched by a foreign space agency
Sivan said ISRO is also focusing on developing a reusable launch vehicle the Scramjet engine which in turn would reduce costs.
India should think about reusable rockets and human spaceflight, says former ISRO chief G Madhavan Nair
Ex-ISRO Chief G Madhavan Nair termed the successful launch of GSLV-Mk III-D1 yesterday as "really a proud moment for ISRO."
GSLV-Mark III maiden launch: One large step for ISRO, a giant leap for India as a global space power
Called “fat boy” or “monster rocket”, the 640-tonne Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) Mark III blasted off from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh at 5.28 pm on Monday, marking India's most significant milestone in space technology.
With less than a month left for the proposed launch of 103 satellites at one go, Indian Space Research Organisation on Wednesday said its aim is to maximise capability with each launch and not set a record.
ISRO successfully launched the nation's heaviest next-generation rocket named the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-Mark III) into space. Here are the photos.
The country took forward its rocket technology with the successful flight testing of its heaviest next-generation rocket -- the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle-Mark III (GSLV-Mark III) -- and the crew module- in a 20.43 minute mission.
The 630 tonne GSLV-Mark III rocket will be powered by liquid and solid fuel engines while the cryogenic stage/engine will be a passive one.
ISRO's GSLV Mark-III carrying a 'giant cup cake': All you need to know about India's heaviest rocket
ISRO today successfully launched the nation's heaviest and next-generation rocket named the GSLV-Mark III into space. Here are ten things about this mission you need to know.
ISRO was to launch this rocket last August but aborted the mission just hours before the deadline as the fuel started leaking from its second stage or engine.