In yet another feather in the cap for ISRO, it successfully placed in orbit its navigation satellite IRNSS-1I. The purpose of the satellite is to
Communication from the GSAT-6A satellite launched on March 29 has been lost and efforts are underway to establish a link with it, the Indian
ISRO launched its 100th satellite along with 30 others in a single mission, from the space port of Sriharikota on Friday morning at 9:29 AM. On
A senior official said: 'Requirements have gone up and we also have to fill up the backlog. We aim to double the launch frequency to 18 per year.
Indian Space Research Organisation set a world record by successfully launching 104 satellites, including India’s earth observation
India on Thursday successfully launched its latest communication satellite GSAT-6, having an indigenous cryogenic engine, onboard the GSLV-D6