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Researchers from Jadavpur University work on simulation for ISRO to ensure soft landing for the lander on the moon, other planets
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Researchers from Jadavpur University work on simulation for ISRO to ensure soft landing for the lander on the moon, other planets

The project is part of ''Respond programme'' by ISRO with premier academic institutions related to space science, space technologies.

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.

ISRO, SpaceX similar because they deliver efficient performance says former chief Madhavan Nair
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ISRO, SpaceX similar because they deliver efficient performance says former chief Madhavan Nair

India had undertaken planetary missions to the Moon and Mars on a shoestring budget of around USD one billion compared to China's USD three billion and USD 25 billion of USA.

Playfulness, creativity can never be transferred through online learning, says former ISRO chief
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Playfulness, creativity can never be transferred through online learning, says former ISRO chief

Scientist and professor C N R Rao said online classes for young children such as KG, the first and second grade should be terminated.

SpaceX Demo-2 success ushers in new era in spaceflight, and India’s space ecosystem needs to adapt
India

SpaceX Demo-2 success ushers in new era in spaceflight, and India’s space ecosystem needs to adapt

As the global space economy undergoes a massive disruption, and space becomes increasingly entrepreneurial, India is faced with an important choice.

ISRO congratulates NASA, SpaceX on a job well done on the 'historic' launch of US astronauts to ISS
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ISRO congratulates NASA, SpaceX on a job well done on the 'historic' launch of US astronauts to ISS

This launch marked the first time a privately built and owned spacecraft carried NASA astronauts to the International Space Station.

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.

ESA to explore the moon’s polar regions using a rover that is laser-powered by their lander
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ESA to explore the moon’s polar regions using a rover that is laser-powered by their lander

NASA and ISRO have revealed that the permanently shadowed regions at the poles are rich in hydrogen and water ice can be found there.

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.

ISRO-SAC extends deadline for application to various posts till 1 May; visit sac.gov.in
India

ISRO-SAC extends deadline for application to various posts till 1 May; visit sac.gov.in

ISRO-Space Application Centre (SAC) has extended the deadline for submitting applications for various posts till 1 May 1. The earlier deadline for filing the application was 3 April.

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.

ISRO postpones launch of its first geo Imaging satellite GISAT-1 due to technical snag
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ISRO postpones launch of its first geo Imaging satellite GISAT-1 due to technical snag

The first Geo imaging satellite (GISAT-1) was supposed to launch aboard the GSLV-F10 on 5 March at 12,43 pm IST.

Realme confirms that Realme X50 Pro 5G chipset already supports NavIC, but software update from qualcomm required
News & Analysis

Realme confirms that Realme X50 Pro 5G chipset already supports NavIC, but software update from qualcomm required

Almost all new smartphones launching this year at just about every budget will support NavIC.

GISAT-1 launch: ISRO to use GSLV-F10 to launch first Geo Imaging Satellite on 5 March at 05.43 pm IST
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GISAT-1 launch: ISRO to use GSLV-F10 to launch first Geo Imaging Satellite on 5 March at 05.43 pm IST

The launch, subject to weather conditions, will take place from the Second Launch Pad of the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota.

Xiaomi to bring ISRO's NavIC technology to its upcoming Redmi smartphone series
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Xiaomi to bring ISRO's NavIC technology to its upcoming Redmi smartphone series

NavIC is designed to provide accurate positioning in India and 1,500km around the Indian mainland.

Gaganyaan: Indian test pilots begin astronaut, spaceflight training in Russia's Star City
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Gaganyaan: Indian test pilots begin astronaut, spaceflight training in Russia's Star City

The training involves aircraft development, biomedical training, physical exercises, and protocol for an emergency landing.

Satellite spree: ISRO aims to test low-cost rockets this year, bag 50 PSLV missions in next 5 years
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Satellite spree: ISRO aims to test low-cost rockets this year, bag 50 PSLV missions in next 5 years

The first low-cost satellite launch from the space agency is expected to take place in the next four months.

ISRO to replace 10 or more communications satellites in India's ageing fleet in years to come: Report
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ISRO to replace 10 or more communications satellites in India's ageing fleet in years to come: Report

The overhaul will bring high-performance satellites for mobile network, high-speed internet and TV broadcasts to remote areas.

Gaganyaan will prove to be a historic feat for India's scitech and a milestone for New India: PM Modi
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Gaganyaan will prove to be a historic feat for India's scitech and a milestone for New India: PM Modi

The PM hopes Gaganyaan will help India build a closer relationship with Russia, extending his greetings to involved in the project.

Chandrayaan 3: ISRO starts work on second lander mission to the moon, launch planned in early 2021
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Chandrayaan 3: ISRO starts work on second lander mission to the moon, launch planned in early 2021

Chandrayaan 3 lander, rover and rocket will cost ISRO Rs 610 crores, of which Rs 360 crore is for the GSLV-MkIII.