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ISRO to lift up 31 satellites in one go including Cartosat-2 Earth Observatory on...

ISRO is going to launch 31 satellites at a time on January 10. As per the latest reports, ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization) announced on Friday that it will launch 31 satellites to space...
ISRO Indian Space Agency is Planning to Launch One Satellite Every Month in 2018

ISRO Indian Space Agency Plans to Launch One Satellite Every Month in 2018

The speed at which Indian Space Research Organisation is reaching new boundaries in recent years is something beyond recognition. From the path-breaking Mars Orbiter Mission in 2014 to the current Cartosat-2 Series Satellite Mission,...
Russian launch unsuccessful to set Telesat satellite into the orbit

Russian launch unsuccessful to set Telesat satellite into the orbit

A Russian climate satellite and nearly 20 micro-satellites including one made by Ottawa-based Telesat failed to enter their chosen orbits on Tuesday following the launch of Russia's new cosmodrome. Russia's Roscosmos space firm said...

Wireless-in-Space: Recently launched TechEdSat-6 goes under testing phase

Sources have reported that the recently launched Technology Educational Satellite (TechEdSat-6) is now in the testing phase. The TechEdSat-6 was launched by NASA on November 12, to the ISS on Orbital ATK’s Cygnus spacecraft...

Do you know where satellites crash? Spacecraft Graveyard might present in middle of ocean

Space science is developing at a very faster rate, and we see that multiple numbers of satellites and space probes are being launched to space now-days. But they have a lifespan and undergo wear...
Tiangong-1

Chinese sapcelab Tiangong-1 might crash on your head soon; Here’s how to see it

The Chinese space station, Tiangong 1 launch six years ago in 2011 has already been reported to crash soon in Earth anytime by April 2018. The satellite which name translates to “Heavenly Palace”  was orbiting Earth...
China losts track of spacelab module which is falling towards Earth but no one knows where!

Scientists scared as out of control Chinese satellite Tiangong-1 might hit anywhere on Earth

Launched back in 2011, the Chinese satellite Tiangong-1, which was orbiting Earth has lost its track and become out of control, might fall on Earth soon. The Chinese Space Agency has reported that the space station...
NASA, Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2

OCO-2 detects record-breaking spikes in carbon dioxide due to El Nino

According to a set or recent studies, the NASA satellite Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) has detected record-breaking spikes in carbon dioxide concentration level during its 2015-16 tracking of carbon emissions. And scientists at NASA have...

Pyro elements might have caused failure of rocket’s heat shield separation, suspects ISRO

ISRO recently faced a whopping Rs 250Crores loss, when the rocket was unsuccessful in detaching the navigation satellite IRNSS-1H due to the failure of heat shield separation. This 1,425 kg satellite stuck inside even...
ISRO begins countdown for launch of navigational satellite IRNSS-1H; All you need to know

ISRO to lift up new navigational satellite IRNSS-1H with better atomic clocks from SDSC...

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is all set to initiate the replacement of navigational satellite with the launch of new IRNSS-1H (Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System) satellite. The new satellite boasts much-improved version of atomic...
Chandrayaan-1

NASA rediscovers ISRO’s Chandrayaan-1 lunar probe that was lost since 2009

The lost of India’s first lunar space probe – the Chandrayan-1 left the entire global space community in a state of shock. After being successfully launched in 2008, the lunar probe remained operational up...
ISRO realignes orbit of iconic Mangalyaan, Here's why

ISRO seeking permission for developing its own space station

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chief A S Kiran Kumar believes that India has capability, technology and infrastructure to develop its own space station but it needs approval from the government to work on...

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