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India to design, build reusable rocket for global market, says ISRO Chairman S Somanath
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India to design, build reusable rocket for global market, says ISRO Chairman S Somanath

India have to bring it down to USD 5,000 or even USD 1,000 per kg. Only way to do that is to make the rocket reusable. Today in India we don't have reusable technology yet in launch vehicles (rockets), the Chairman said

How Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Toulouse rejuvenated Indo-French space alliance
India

How Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Toulouse rejuvenated Indo-French space alliance

French scientists viewed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit as a sign of high respect for the space science industry and as assurance that the Indo-French collaboration in space sciences can advance ambitious programmes

Satellites no longer usable after deviation: ISRO on its maiden SSLV mission
India

Satellites no longer usable after deviation: ISRO on its maiden SSLV mission

SSLV had suffered 'data loss' in its terminal stage, after performing "as expected" in all stages

Indian Army conducts five-day exercise to test satellites
India

Indian Army conducts five-day exercise to test satellites

The exercise named "Skylight" was conducted from 25 to 29 July. The Army is utilising the services of a number of satellites belonging to the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)

R Madhavan to walk the Cannes red carpet with Nambi Narayanan
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R Madhavan to walk the Cannes red carpet with Nambi Narayanan

R Madhavan will be walking the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival on 17 May with Nambi Narayanan. The actor has stepped into the shoes of the scientist for his biopic Rocketry: The Nambi Effect.

Devas case: Air India wins nod to appeal against seizure ruling by Canadian court
India

Devas case: Air India wins nod to appeal against seizure ruling by Canadian court

Air India has sought dismissal of the demand by Devas' foreign investors saying it is no longer a State-owned firm after its takeover by the Tata group on 27 January, 2022

Prime Minister Narendra Modi to launch Indian Space Association today
India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi to launch Indian Space Association today

The ISpA is the premier industry association of space and satellite companies, which will undertake policy advocacy and engage with all stakeholders in the Indian space domain, including the government and its agencies

ISRO successfully conducts hot test on Gaganyaan's service module propulsion system
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ISRO successfully conducts hot test on Gaganyaan's service module propulsion system

ISRO's PSLV might be soon built, end to end, by private Indian industry partners instead of the Indian space agency using its resources to do so.

ISRO's GSLV-F10 fails to place observation satellite into earth’s orbit, Twitterati express support
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ISRO's GSLV-F10 fails to place observation satellite into earth’s orbit, Twitterati express support

As per the space agency, the mission could not be accomplished fully due to a performance anomaly in the cryogenic stage of the rocket

ISRO launches GISAT-1 satellite, says mission not 'fully' accomplished due to technical anomaly in cryogenic stage
India

ISRO launches GISAT-1 satellite, says mission not 'fully' accomplished due to technical anomaly in cryogenic stage

The 51.70-metre tall rocket GSLV-F10/EOS-03 successfully lifted off from the second launch pad at the spaceport as planned at 05.43 hrs soon after the 26-hour countdown concluded

ISRO will launch its earth observation satellite: Here's all you need to know
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ISRO will launch its earth observation satellite: Here's all you need to know

The advanced imaging satellite will allow for constant, real-time monitoring of the Indian landmass and the oceans.

New space tech incubator at NIT Rourkela to build capacity, promote innovation in Eastern India
India

New space tech incubator at NIT Rourkela to build capacity, promote innovation in Eastern India

There are three other operational S-TICs in the country – one each at NIT Jalandhar, Agartala, and Trichy.

'Long kept secret': Top ISRO scientist Tapan Misra claims he was poisoned three years ago
India

'Long kept secret': Top ISRO scientist Tapan Misra claims he was poisoned three years ago

Misra alleged he was poisoned with deadly arsenic trioxide on May 23, 2017, during a promotion interview at ISRO headquarters in Bengaluru

ISRO SAC apprentice recruitment 2020: Online registration process ends today at 5 pm, apply at sac.gov.in
India

ISRO SAC apprentice recruitment 2020: Online registration process ends today at 5 pm, apply at sac.gov.in

Candidates shortlisted for graduate apprentice will be getting stipend of Rs 9,000 per month, while those selected for technician apprentice will be getting Rs 8,000 per month

ISRO Recruitment 2020: Apply for 55 vacancies including post of scientist, engineer by 15 Oct; details at sac.gov.in
India

ISRO Recruitment 2020: Apply for 55 vacancies including post of scientist, engineer by 15 Oct; details at sac.gov.in

As per reports, the recruitment advertisement was first released on 14 March. But the process had to be delayed due to the pandemic

ISRO postpones planned announcement by agency's chief to 10.30 am on 25 June
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ISRO postpones planned announcement by agency's chief to 10.30 am on 25 June

The last we heard from the agency about a space mission was the postponement of the GISAT-1 launch in March.

Gaganyaan's astronauts have resumed their training in Russia after COVID-19 put it on hold
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Gaganyaan's astronauts have resumed their training in Russia after COVID-19 put it on hold

Four Indian Air Force fighter pilots are currently undergoing training in Moscow preparing to be potential candidates for the Gaganyaan project.

ISRO recruitment 2020: Result for scientist/engineer written examination declared, check scores at isro.gov.in
India

ISRO recruitment 2020: Result for scientist/engineer written examination declared, check scores at isro.gov.in

ISRO recruitment 2020 examination was conducted on 12 January, 2020 at various centres.

Coronavirus Outbreak: VSSC, the rocket producing section in ISRO, will make ventilators, oxygen canisters
India

Coronavirus Outbreak: VSSC, the rocket producing section in ISRO, will make ventilators, oxygen canisters

Manufacturing of rockets has been put on hold while the VSSC makes over 1,000 litres hand sanitisers.

Qualcomm launches three new chipsets for Android phones that support ISRO's NavIC
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Qualcomm launches three new chipsets for Android phones that support ISRO's NavIC

Chinese smartphone brands Xiaomi and Realme said they will soon launch devices with NavIC support.