The ISRO is working on building smaller launch vehicles that will carry satellites weighing 500 to 700 kg to up to 500 kilometres from the
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