ISRO chief calls upon freshers to work on solutions for global challenges like climate change, natural disasters
Mr Sivan said India is now in a start-up boom and many professionals are quitting their well-paid jobs and responding to the demands of indigenous consumers through start-ups.
The organisation which is made up of both public and private sector members will support the government's vision of Atmanirbhar India and help it become a leader in space.
While GSAT-24 will be owned and operated by NSIL on a commercial basis, it will be leased to Tata Sky for meeting their DTH application needs.
Just because science is the core theme of a narrative, the art of telling its story is all but forgotten
Union Minister Jitendra Singh during the Monsoon Session this year said the Space Activities Bill is under active consideration of the government
According to ISRO officials, data from AstroSat is widely utilised for the study of various fields of astronomy, from galactic to extra-galactic and from users from all over the world.
Kamboj said the joint development was envisioned during the state visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Thimphu in 2019.
ISRO's Mars orbiter was made for mission life of six months, completed seven years in orbit this month
The lessons learnt have raised the confidence of ISRO scientists for taking up future interplanetary missions.
ISRO signs agreement with Agnikul Cosmos allowing it access to facilities, expertise to build launch vehicles
This will help Agnikul, based in IIT-Madras, to avail technical expertise of ISRO for testing and qualifying its space launch vehicle systems and subsystems.
The industrialisation of space activities is gaining momentum in India.
India is fast emerging as a world space hub for cost-effective satellites launches: Union Minister Jitendra Singh
World today is enamoured of Chandrayaan, Mars mission and upcoming Gaganyan," the Minister added.
ISRO to launch Gaganyaan mission by end of 2022 or early 2023 after COVID delays, says Jitendra Singh
He said a brainstorming exercise by space scientists and government officials in 2015-16 helped them understand where space technology could be used.
Chairman of Apex Science Board, ISRO, A S Kiran Kumar said the imaging and scientific instruments on board the satellite have been providing excellent data.
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 invites proposals for analysis, utilisation of data obtained from Chandrayaan-2 orbiter observations
The AO is open to all researchers from recognised academic institutions, universities, colleges, planetaria and government organisations of India,
The name given is very apt as the word ''Yukt'' is derived from ''Yojanam'' (planning) and ''Dhara'' indicates flow.
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
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
The advanced imaging satellite will allow for constant, real-time monitoring of the Indian landmass and the oceans.
Dr K Sivan, Avi Blasberger and Josef Aschbacher reviewed the status of ongoing missions and discussed future opportunities respectively.