• Traffic jam around Mars

    Traffic jam around Mars

    Washington (ISJ) - With five active spacecraft Mars, two since last summer, NASA has enhanced its system that warns if two orbiters come too close. The process of traffic monitoring, communication and manoeuvre planning ensure, Mars orbiters do not a...

    2015-05-06 16:20:05.0
  • Chandrayaan II in three years, says former ISRO Chief Dr. K. Radhakrishnan

    Chandrayaan II in three years, says former ISRO Chief Dr. K. Radhakrishnan

    Mumbai (ISJ) ? India?s Chandrayaan II could be possible in the next three years, with the national space agency close to developing a lander and a rover for the mission, said Dr. K. Radhakrishnan, who headed Indian Space Research Organisation, ISRO t...

    2015-01-03 11:49:26.0
  • ISRO lifts India?s spacefaring status in 2014

    ISRO lifts India?s spacefaring status in 2014

    New Delhi (ISJ) ? 2014 has been the most successful year so far for India?s voyage into space, with the seamless insertion of its spacecraft in the red planet - Mars, launch of indigenously developed cryogenic engine and the next generation launch ve...

    2014-12-31 16:38:19.0
  • India

    India's communication satellite GSAT-16 launched successfully

    Bangalore (ISJ) ? India's communication satellite, GSAT-16 was successfully launched by the Ariane-5 launch vehicle VA221 from Arianespace space centre, Kourou in French Guiana on Sunday (Dec. 07). The satellite was placed into the Geosynchronous Tra...

    2014-12-07 07:21:07.0
  • After Mars, ISRO sets its eyes on Sun

    After Mars, ISRO sets its eyes on Sun

    New Delhi (ISJ) ? After the success of its debut launch of Mars Orbiter Mission, an ambitious mission to reach Sun is on the drawing board of India?s space agency. Chief of Indian Space Research Organisation, ISRO Dr. K. Radhakrishnan said, a revised...

    2014-11-12 18:01:27.0
  • US supply rocket mishap ? crew at ISS in no danger, says NASA

    US supply rocket mishap ? crew at ISS in no danger, says NASA

    Washington (ISJ) ? NASA said, the crew of International Space Station (ISS) is 'in no danger of running out of food or other critical supplies' following the crash of the third resupply mission rocket. The unmanned Antares rocket built and launched b...

    2014-10-29 08:49:27.0
  • India

    India's Mars Mission enters Red Planet?s orbit in maiden attempt; starts functioning

    Bangalore (ISJ) ? "We have prevailed," said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he congratulated space scientists at the Telemetry Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC) of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) in Bangalore, echoing the sentime...

    2014-09-24 09:00:37.0
  • ?We have prevailed?, Indian Mars Mission succeeds in the very first attempt

    ?We have prevailed?, Indian Mars Mission succeeds in the very first attempt

    Bangalore (ISJ) ? India did it. Its Mars Mission entered the orbit of the Red Plant in the very first attempt ? the first country to achieve the rare feat and the fourth country joins the exclusive space-faring countries. It was to text book perf...

    2014-09-24 03:54:06.0
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