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ISRO SAC apprentice recruitment 2020: Online registration process ends today at 5 pm, apply at sac.gov.in
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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's PSLV successfully launches 10 satellites including EOS-1, into orbit
India

ISRO's PSLV successfully launches 10 satellites including EOS-1, into orbit

The nine other satellites included one from Lithuania, four from Luxembourg and four from the USA that was launched under a commercial arrangement with NewSpace India Limited.

ISRO launches PSLV-C49 carrying EOS-01, nine other satellites from Sriharikota
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ISRO launches PSLV-C49 carrying EOS-01, nine other satellites from Sriharikota

This is the first ISRO mission this year. The earth observation satellite EOS-01 is intended for applications in agriculture, forestry, and disaster management support.

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

SSLV Test Flight: ISRO to attempt launch of its new rocket-in-development by Dec 2020
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SSLV Test Flight: ISRO to attempt launch of its new rocket-in-development by Dec 2020

SSLV will fly on two test launches from ISRO's Second Launch Pad in Sriharikota, one of which could be in December 2020.

GST Council fails to reach consensus on compensation to states; next meeting on 12 October
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GST Council fails to reach consensus on compensation to states; next meeting on 12 October

Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman said the panel decided to extend the use of GST cess collections for compensating states beyond the previously agreed June 2022 timeframe

India's first multi-wavelength space telescope Astrosat completes 5 years observing stars, galaxies
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India's first multi-wavelength space telescope Astrosat completes 5 years observing stars, galaxies

Astrosat has documented stars, star clusters, mapping of large and small satellite galaxies of the Milky Way.

Russian company Zvezda will manufacture spacesuits for the Indian astronauts part of Gaganyaan mission
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Russian company Zvezda will manufacture spacesuits for the Indian astronauts part of Gaganyaan mission

Four Indian Air Force fighter pilots, who are likely candidates for the missions, are currently under training in Russia since 10 February 2020.

Chandrayaan 3 to launch in early 2021, will have a lander-rover duo says Union Minister Jitendra Singh
India

Chandrayaan 3 to launch in early 2021, will have a lander-rover duo says Union Minister Jitendra Singh

Chandrayaan-1, launched in 2008, has sent images which show that Earth's satellite may be rusting along the poles.

France's space agencies is in talks with ISRO to provide Mission Alpha-like equipment for Gaganyaan astronauts
India

France's space agencies is in talks with ISRO to provide Mission Alpha-like equipment for Gaganyaan astronauts

Four short-listed Indian Air Force pilots and prospective astronauts for the Gagangyaan mission are currently undergoing training in Russia.

ISRO's AstroSat detects galaxy that is one of the earliest sources of UV-light in space
India

ISRO's AstroSat detects galaxy that is one of the earliest sources of UV-light in space

After making this observation, the team analysed the data for two years to ensure they had made no mistakes since the Hubble telescope had not been able to detect it.

Chandrayaan 2 orbiter completes one year around the moon, has enough fuel for seven years: ISRO
India

Chandrayaan 2 orbiter completes one year around the moon, has enough fuel for seven years: ISRO

ISRO said that the Chandrayaan 2 orbiter has completed 17 orbit maintenance manoeuvres since achieving 100 km lunar orbit on 24th September 2019.

ISRO, IISc researchers develop 'space bricks' made from lunar soil for future habits on the moon
India

ISRO, IISc researchers develop 'space bricks' made from lunar soil for future habits on the moon

The bricks are made from a combination of urea, lunar soil and guar resin extracted from guar beans.

ISRO marks Vikram Sarabhai's birthday with Chandrayaan 2's photos of Sarabhai crater
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ISRO marks Vikram Sarabhai's birthday with Chandrayaan 2's photos of Sarabhai crater

Within 300 kilometres east of the crater is the site where the Apollo 17 and Luna 21 missions had landed.

Astronaut-elects for ISRO's Gaganyaan mission 'doing well' in training in Russia; may return in early 2021
India

Astronaut-elects for ISRO's Gaganyaan mission 'doing well' in training in Russia; may return in early 2021

So far, the astronaut-elects have completed training on emergency descent and landing in different terrain and seasons.

Chandrayaan-2: One year since launch, first science data on polar water-ice, minerals expected by October 2020
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Chandrayaan-2: One year since launch, first science data on polar water-ice, minerals expected by October 2020

Water-ice near the polar regions, water-bearing minerals, and Argon concentrations in the exosphere are some key areas of data to expect.

ISRO prepares to launch Brazil’s Amazonia-1 satellite aboard PSLV in August this year
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ISRO prepares to launch Brazil’s Amazonia-1 satellite aboard PSLV in August this year

The Amazonia-1 earth observation satellite has gained importance in the wake of recent Amazon wildfires.

ISRO is formulating space law and a space activities Bill, it is in its final stages say K Sivan
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ISRO is formulating space law and a space activities Bill, it is in its final stages say K Sivan

The GOT announced that private sector will be allowed to carry out space activities like building rockets, satellites and providing launch services.

ISRO's Mangalyaan mission captures image of Mars' largest moon Phobos
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ISRO's Mangalyaan mission captures image of Mars' largest moon Phobos

The country, on 24 September 2014, successfully placed the Mars Orbiter Mission spacecraft in orbit around the red planet, in its very first attempt.

Historic space reforms by DoS, ISRO set in motion to empower private space sector, academia
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Historic space reforms by DoS, ISRO set in motion to empower private space sector, academia

Private companies can now build their own facilities in Department of Space premises, and work on space tech alongside ISRO.