Sunday, February 5, 2023

ISRO

ISRO successfully places 9 satellites in orbit

ISRO’s ever reliable PSLV rocket once again proved its mettle on Saturday when the polar satellite launch vehicle placed an earth observation satellite and eight other co-passenger satellites in multiple orbits, in one of the longest missions.PSLV-C54 successfully injected...

ISRO’s rocket launch and tracking fee is nominal: Skyroot Aerospace

The fee charged by the Indian space agency for the rocket launch and tracking services is nominal, said a top official of private rocket startup Skyroot Aerospace. "The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) provides integration facility, launchpad, range communications and...

Connectivity across India by 2023: OneWeb

London-based satellite communications company Network Access Associated Limited (OneWeb) on Sunday said its partnership with ISRO and the space agency’s commercial arm NSIL demonstrated its commitment to provide connectivity across the length and breadth of India by 2023.From Ladakh...

Countdown for ISRO’s historic GSLV MkIII rocket mission with 36 OneWeb satellites begins on Saturday

Space sector experts had earlier told IANS that the US and Europe's economic sanctions against Russia for its military action in Ukraine may throw up economic opportunities for the Indian space sector, instead of burdening it with economic cost. They...

First test-flight of Gaganyaan this year, says Jitendra Singh

India’s maiden human space-flight mission Gaganyaan is expected to be launched in 2024, Union Minister Jitendra Singh said here on Tuesday.Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of an event, Singh said the government had planned the human space flight...

Another SSLV flight soon: Space Commission member

The failure of India’s newest rocket to put small satellites in orbit was not a setback and the space agency will soon attempt another flight, Space Commission member A S Kiran Kumar has said.Kumar was commenting on the failure...

ISRO faces setback as maiden SSLV mission suffers ‘data loss’

Indian Space Research Organisation’s tryst with history suffered a setback on Sunday, as the maiden Small Satellite Launch Vehicle (SSLV) suffered “data loss” at the terminal stage, although three stages “performed and separated” as planned and the scientists were...

Workshop on ‘use of space technology inputs in Nagaland’

One-day workshop on the use of space technology inputs in Nagaland was conducted for nodal officers of line departments on the implementation of the plan of action at Nagaland GIS & Remote Sensing Centre (NGISRSC) Kohima, Tuesday.According to a...

ISRO’s second commercial success in a week

PSLV C53 injects 3 foreign satellites in precise orbit In its second successful commercial mission in a week, ISRO launched three foreign satellites in precise orbit from the spaceport here on Thursday onboard PSLV C53, with the space agency’s trusted...

Assam flood situation remains grim; over 7 lakh affected

The flood situation in Assam continued to remain grim on Friday as waters entered fresh areas affecting a total of 29 districts, though the number of people hit by the deluge decreased marginally to 7,11,905, a government bulletin said.As...