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.
The indigenously-developed liquid-fuel engine that runs on greener fuel and delivers 50 percent more thrust than earlier Indian rockets.
For the private sector to take up launch service, Parliament will first have to pass the Space Activities Bill.
The two-week-long ISRO programme would include invited talks, facility and lab visits and more.
Having a tech park near the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre gives ISRO more than a few advantages.
The agency calls for national R&D efforts to make crucial components for the mission
Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre to transfer its lithium-ion cell technology to Indian industry for Rs 1 crore
ISRO announced it has decided to transfer its own lithium-ion cell technology to Indian industry on a non-exclusive basis for Rs 1 crore
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is not facing any funds crunch for its ongoing activities, chairman K Sivan said on Thursday.
K Sivan appointed new ISRO chairman: The 'Rocket Man' helped send 104 satellites in a single mission
Renowned scientist K Sivan was on Wednesday appointed as the the chairman of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) to replace AS Kiran Kumar.
Sivan joined the ISRO in 1982 in PSLV project and has contributed immensely towards end to end mission planning, mission design, mission integration and analysis.
Union Minister Jitender Singh lauds the contribution of Space Application Centre at a review meeting with scientists
The Minister said India has emerged as a world leader in space technology.
IRNSS-1H mission failure attributed to pyro elements, for the non-separation of the heat shield, suspects ISRO
One fortunate aspect of the failure is that ISRO has all the flight data as the rocket was not lost during its one way journey.
The Indian navigation satellite IRNSS-1H stuck inside a rocket's heat shield is expected to re-enter the earth's atmosphere in a couple of months.
The new facility would help aerodynamic characterisation of advanced space transportation systems.