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  • India plans its own space station by 2030: ISRO Chief

    India plans its own space station by 2030: ISRO Chief

    N.B. Nair New Delhi (ISJ) – India's space agency, Indian Space Research Organisation has announced plans to set up a space station on its own to conduct microgravity experiments. The station, tentatively planned to be launched in 2030 would have a...

    13 Jun 2019 3:43 PM GMT
  • India unveils its most complex space mission ever

    India unveils its most complex space mission ever

    Bengaluru (ISJ) – India unveiled its most complex space mission ever – the second Moon Mission or Chandrayaan-2. Announcing it in Bengaluru today (June 12), K. Sivan, Chairman of India's space agency, Indian Space Research Organisation, ISRO said,...

    12 Jun 2019 1:59 PM GMT
  • ISRO successfully tests Crew Escape System for human space flight programme

    ISRO successfully tests Crew Escape System for human space flight programme

    Bengaluru (ISJ) - In a major leap towards indigenisation, Indian Space Research Organisation, ISRO has conducted tests for its Crew Escape System, critical for human spaceflight. The test, which was unmanned, is designed to validate the launch...

    5 July 2018 5:52 AM GMT
  • NavIC frequency too close to WiFi, may cause interference: Study

    NavIC frequency too close to WiFi, may cause interference: Study

    Ahmedabad (ISW) - NavIC, India's very own navigation satellite system, is projected to provide positioning and navigation services on the lines of US-owned Global Positioning System (GPS). However, a new study has warned, signals from NavIC...

    28 Jun 2018 12:35 PM GMT
  • Astronomers detect for first time light from very first stars of universe

    Astronomers detect for first time light from very first stars of universe

    Washington (ISW) - A team of astronomers including an Indian graduate student from Arizona State University have discovered for the first time signals from 'cosmic dawn' - the moment when the universe's earliest stars emerged, making a significant...

    4 March 2018 3:09 PM GMT
  • NASAs Voyager Spacecraft still reaching for the stars after 40 years

    NASA's Voyager Spacecraft still reaching for the stars after 40 years

    Washington (ISJ) - Humanity's farthest and longest-lived spacecraft, Voyager 1 and 2, achieve 40 years of operation and exploration this August and September. Despite their vast distance, they continue to communicate with NASA daily, still probing...

    4 Aug 2017 8:10 AM GMT
  • New discovery by Astrosat dashes hopes of alien life on nearest exoplanet

    New discovery by Astrosat dashes hopes of alien life on nearest exoplanet

    A new discovery by India's space telescope, Astrosat, has dashed hopes of alien life on our nearest stellar neighbour, Proxima Centauri. Highly energetic flare simultaneously observed by Astrosat and NASA's space telescopes on Proxima means it is...

    21 July 2017 2:35 PM GMT
  • Astrosat to open doors to international community

    Astrosat to open doors to international community

    Jaipur, March 9 (India Science Wire) - Astrosat, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)?s satellite exclusively devoted to astronomy studies, is all set to go global.ISRO has decided to allow scientists and research organisations across the world...

    9 March 2017 1:57 PM GMT
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