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newindianexpress.com June 9, 2016
newindianexpress.com June 9, 2016 Full text of India-Mexico joint statement during PM Modi's Mexico visit By Online Desk Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi speaks during a joint statement to the press along with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, in the Los Pinos presidential...
ddinews.gov.in June 05, 2016
ddinews.gov.in June 05, 2016 Space agencies agree to coordinate methods to monitor greenhouse gas emissions For the first time, under the impetus of the Indian Space Research Organisation and the French Space Agency, space agencies of more than 60 countries agreed to engage their satellites,...
hindu.com June 9, 2016
hindu.com June 9, 2016 India, Mexico for strategic partnership PTI Mexico backs India’s bid to become a member of the Nuclear Suppliers Group during the Prime Minister’s five-hour work visit of the country India and Mexico have agreed to elevate their ‘Privileged Partnership’ into a...
livemint.com June 9, 2016
livemint.com June 9, 2016 BEL eyes business opportunities in solar energy, homeland security Accord Fintech Public sector Bharat Electronics (BEL) is eying business opportunities in solar energy, homeland security and micro ATMs. In solar energy, the company is in talks with ISRO to...
Seminar on explosives safety held in Nagpur
Seminar on explosives safety held in Nagpur Shishir Arya | TNN NAGPUR: EXPLOSAFE-2016, a two-day national seminar on safety, security and recent trends in commercial and defence explosives was organized on June 3 and 4 by the Explosives Manufacturers Welfare Association (EMWA). The technical...
webindia123.com June 9, 2016
webindia123.com June 9, 2016 Mosaic of Martian North Pole and Ice Cap from MOM Chennai | The Mars Colour Camera (MCC) on-board the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) has captured many images of North Pole of Mars. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) ina release in its website said...
To Combat Climate Challenge World Space Agencies...
To Combat Climate Challenge World Space Agencies Unite Published: Monday, June 6, 2016 Space agencies of more than 60 countries have agreed to engage their satellites, to coordinate their methods and their data to monitor human-induced greenhouse gas emissions. This will be done for the first...
thehindu.com June 05, 2016
thehindu.com June 05, 2016 The need to safeguard Vizag's green ambience! Ironically, it was less than a week ago that the Thai Tiger Temple, the Wat Pha Luang Ta Bua temple known for its tiger sanctuary was in the limelight for wildlife trafficking and animal abuse. The temple was highly...
freepressjournal.in June 05, 2016
freepressjournal.in June 05, 2016 ISRO, other space agencies join hands on climate change — By ANI | Space agencies of more than 60 countries agree to engage their satellites New Delhi : For the first time, under the impetus of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and the...
newstodaynet.com June 03, 2016
newstodaynet.com June 03, 2016 60 countries agree to engage satellites to monitor greenhouse Press Trust of India In what can prove to be a shot in arm in countering climate change, for the first time more than 60 countries agreed to engage their satellites, coordinate their methods and...
businessinsider.com.au Jun 03, 2016
businessinsider.com.au Jun 03, 2016 ASX-listed Sky and Space Global just did a deal to launch nanosatellites into orbit Chris Pash The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle. Image: Supplied. Satellite communications player Sky and Space Global, which listed on the ASX earlier this week, has done a...
newstodaynet.com May 31, 2016
newstodaynet.com May 31, 2016 The low-down on the ambitious RLV M Balasubramani Chennai: While most developed countries have dropped their plans of the building a Relaunch Vehicle (RLV) due to high cost involved, India successfully test launched its indigineous Relaunch Vehicle-Technical...
thequint.com May 30, 2016
thequint.com May 30, 2016 In Another First, ISRO to Launch 22 Satellites in Single Rocket Manas Mishra It’s a busy time again for the officials at the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). The Bengaluru-based organisation is now preparing for the launch of a record 22 satellites in...
thequint.com May 30, 2016
thequint.com May 30, 2016 India Marches Ahead With Space Plans The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is reportedly going to launch a yet unseen number of satellites into orbit in June, apart from having tested a reusable miniature space rocket this week that was indigenously...
thehindubusinessline.com May 25, 2016
thehindubusinessline.com May 25, 2016 Our next plan is to make launch vehicle land in runway: K Sivan, Director, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre Our Bureau Chennai, May 25: The next test of the Reusable Launch Vehicle Technology Demonstrator (RLV-TD) will be to land the aerospace vehicle in a...
deccanchronicle.com May 23, 2016
deccanchronicle.com May 23, 2016 PM congratulates ISRO scientists on launch of space shuttle PTI RLV, dubbed as India's own space shuttle, is unanimous solution to achieve low cost, reliable and on-demand space access. Prime Minister Narendra Modi. (Photo: PTI) New Delhi: Prime Minister...
indiatoday.intoday.in May 23, 2016
indiatoday.intoday.in May 23, 2016 India launches its first ever space plane RLV-TD: 7 amazing facts you should know about it The government has invested Rs 95 crore for the project. India, on May 23, 2016, successfully launched Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV) - Technology Demonstrator (TD)...
ndtv.com May 20, 2016
ndtv.com May 20, 2016 ISRO Races Billionaires To Master Re-Usable Technology For Space Flights Written by Pallava Bagla ISRO will launch its Re-Usable Launch Vehicle soon from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh. Sriharikota: Highlights 1. India's first re-usable spacecraft, the RLV, will soon...
spaceflightnow.com May 19, 2016
spaceflightnow.com May 19, 2016 India readies reusable launch vehicle testbed for flight Stephen Clark India’s space agency plans to boost a sleek winged prototype spacecraft into the upper atmosphere aboard a solid-fueled rocket early Monday on a short test flight that will end with a...
thehindu.com May. 03, 2016
thehindu.com May. 03, 2016 ‘Sathyabamasat’ to be launched next month T. Madhavan The ‘Sathyabamasat,’ a satellite developed by students and faculty of Sathyabama University, will be launched along with the Cartosat 2C satellite in the PSLV C34 mission in June. Mr. Prabhakar said that...
openpr.com May. 02, 2016
openpr.com May. 02, 2016 With 7th satellite in orbit, India gets its own GPS Sriharikota: India has realised the dream of having an indigenous navigation system. The successful launch of the PSLV-C33 rocket on Thursday placed the IRNSS-1G satellite into designated orbit. With this launch, Isro...
siliconindia.com May. 02, 2016
siliconindia.com May. 02, 2016 ISRO Developing TWTA For Space-Borne Payloads BENGALURU: The Indian Space Research Organisation is indigenouslydeveloping Traveling Wave Tube Amplifier (TWTA) for spaceborne payloads. TWTA is commonly used in satellite communicationlinks, earth observation...
insidegnss.com Apr. 21, 2016
insidegnss.com Apr. 21, 2016 ISRO to Launch Last IRNSS Spacecraft The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has announced plans to launch the final satellite for the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS) on April 28. The IRNSS-1G launch is scheduled for 12:50 p.m. local time...
siliconindia.com Apr. 20, 2016
siliconindia.com Apr. 20, 2016 India To Launch Navigation Satellite On April 28, Complete Full System CHENNAI: India is slated to put into orbit its seventh and final navigation satellite on April 28, thereby having its full satellite navigation system up in the sky, said a senior space agency...
deccanchronicle.com Apr 17, 2016
deccanchronicle.com Apr 17, 2016 Reusable Launch Vehicle begins trip towards history CYNTHIA CHANDRAN THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Finally, the Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV) has started its journey by road from Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre on Friday to Bengaluru for acoustic tests. By May, it will be...
spacedaily.com Apr. 14, 2016
spacedaily.com Apr. 14, 2016 Airbus wins contract for solid state recorder on NASA-ISRO SAR Mission by Staff Writers Paris, France (SPX) Airbus Defence and Space will supply its latest generation Solid State Recorder for the NASA-ISRO Synthetic Aperture Radar (NISAR) mission, slated for...
ibtimes.co.in Apr. 12, 2016
ibtimes.co.in Apr. 12, 2016 Cartosat-2C satellite to be India's best 'eyes in the space' The expected launch of the Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO) Cartosat-2C satellite in May 2016 will give impetus to Indian military's reconnaissance and surveillance capacities, the Indian Express...
timesofindia.indiatimes.com Apr 11, 2016
timesofindia.indiatimes.com Apr 11, 2016 Workshop on geo-portals tomorrow TNN Jaipur: A training-cum-workshop on ISRO's geo-portals will be held at Birla Auditorium April 12. The main objective of this workshop is to spread awareness among NGOs, academic institutions and government...
deccanherald.com Apr 11, 2016
deccanherald.com Apr 11, 2016 Satellites to aid rollout of crop insurance New Delhi, DHNS: ISRO’s constellation of satellites will be pressed into service to assess crop damage to ensure faster compensation payout under the Centre’s newly launched crop insurance scheme. The remote...
thewire.in Apr 09, 2016
thewire.in Apr 09, 2016 Will ISRO Participate in the International Space Station? By NewSpace India If India has to participate meaningfully with the ISS and do some interesting science, ISRO will need an almost 50% hike in its budget. The International Space Station. Credit: NASA For...
timesofindia.indiatimes.com Apr.08, 2016
timesofindia.indiatimes.com Apr.08, 2016 ISRO exhibition throws light on space science TNN Meerut: Avenue Public School is all set to play host to science enthusiasts with the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) space and science exhibition. The exhibition is a two-day event at the...
indiannerve.com Apr 06, 2016
indiannerve.com Apr 06, 2016 ISRO Partners With NASA to Jointly Launch NISAR Satellite To Study Earthquakes By Ambarish Ganesh Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has partnered with the US space agency NASA to jointly launch a satellite that will help them study more about earthquakes...
dailyexcelsior.com Apr.05, 2016
dailyexcelsior.com Apr.05, 2016 APRS 2016: nations discuss studying climate change through Press Trust of India Leaders from space agencies from across the globe today discussed the possibility of studying effects of climate change with the help of space technologies, during the on-going...
dailyexcelsior.com Mar. 05, 2016
dailyexcelsior.com Mar. 05, 2016 Dr Jitendra inaugurates International Conference on Space by Dailyexcelsior Excelsior Correspondent NEW DELHI, Apr 4: Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances,...
deccanherald.com Apr 04, 2016
deccanherald.com Apr 04, 2016 New breed of satellite set for Dec launch Kalyan Ray The first Indian high-throughput satellite GSAT-11 that will pack more data in the same spectrum space, is set for December 2016 launch. It is a new breed of satellite that provides many times more capacity...
themalaymailonline.com Apr 04, 2016
themalaymailonline.com Apr 04, 2016 Satellites key to monitoring harmful emissions Scientists and engineers work on a Mars Orbiter vehicle at the Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO) satellite centre in Bangalore on September 11, 2013. — AFP picNEW DELHI, April 4 — Satellite...
brahmand.com Apr 04, 2016
brahmand.com Apr 04, 2016 Chandrayaan II to be indigenous mission with 'minor' US help Opting to go solo in its ambitious Chandrayaan II project, India has decided not to take Russia on board and keep the mission completely indigenous with "minor" help from the US. ISRO chairman A S Kiran...
ndtv.com Apr.03, 2016
ndtv.com Apr.03, 2016 Chandrayaan II to be Indigenous Mission With 'Minor' Help From US Opting to go solo in its ambitious Chandrayaan II project, India has decided not to take Russia on board and keep the mission completely indigenous with "minor" help from the US. Indian Space Research...
saudigazette.com.sa Apr 02, 2016
saudigazette.com.sa Apr 02, 2016 Reaching for the stars through ‘Mangalyaan’ At the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) being made at France the world’s largest refrigerator is being made by India, a truly `make in India’ initiative. Credit: ITER Pallava...
business-standard.com Apr. 01, 2016
business-standard.com Apr. 01, 2016 ISRO to provide space technology for construction of airports Space agency will also provide its service to postal dept for real time tracking of parcels BS Reporter The department of space has said it will sign an MoU with the Airports Authority of India...
livemint.com Apr.01, 2016
livemint.com Apr.01, 2016 AAI to use ISRO satellite data to monitor construction around airports Nikita Mehta New Delhi: The Department of Space will soon enter into a memorandum of understanding with the Airports Authority of India (AAI) to facilitate monitoring construction activity in...
ibnlive.com Apr.01, 2016
ibnlive.com Apr.01, 2016 ISRO to launch last series of IRNSS satellite in April New Delhi: The last satellite of the IRNSS series will be launched in April, a move that will provide accurate position information service to users in India, while Chandryaan Mission II is expected to take off by...
business-standard.com Mar. 30, 2016
business-standard.com Mar. 30, 2016 Satellite mapping to boost dairy farming Big cooperatives are taking the help of Isro to track livestock and fodder in villages Sohini Das Dairy farming is the latest addition to the list of traditional businesses that are achieving higher efficiency and...
thehindu.com Mar 28, 2016
thehindu.com Mar 28, 2016 INCOIS installs Sea-level Tide Gauge monitor at Masula T. Appala Naidu Sea-Level Tide Guage installed by Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Service at Gilakaladindi village in Krishna district. For Vijayawada. Photo: T. Appala Naidu Collected data form...
thehindu.com Mar 27, 2016
thehindu.com Mar 27, 2016 Sun may produce devastating superflares, say scientists PTI Reuters A solar flare bursts off the Sun in this image captured in 2014. Of all the stars with superflares that researchers analysed, about 10 per cent had a magnetic field as strong as or weaker than the...
deccanchronicle.com Mar 26, 2016
deccanchronicle.com Mar 26, 2016 An exercise machine for the Mars trip Astronauts can use it for dozens of exercises that work out different parts of the body. At just 30 kilos, the MED-2 is less than six per cent the mass of the Advanced Restive Exercise Device that’s currently being...
jagranjosh.com Mar 25, 2016
jagranjosh.com Mar 25, 2016 ISRO established GIRI Radar System at Tirupati The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on 21 March 2016 established the Gadanki Ionospheric Radar Interferometer (GIRI) near Tirupati in Andhra Pradesh. It was set up at the National Atmospheric Research...
Hindustantimes.com Mar. 21, 2016
Hindustantimes.com Mar. 21, 2016 Govt plans law on what can be seen in India from skies Rajesh Ahuja Under the draft legislation — tentatively titled Geospatial Information Regulation Bill — disseminating, publishing or displaying information that is likely to affect “security,...
newindianexpress.com Mar. 21, 2016
newindianexpress.com Mar. 21, 2016 Satellite Launch by April-end The ingeniously developed Indian Region Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS) 1g satellite will be launched by the end of April, said K Sivan, Director, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, on Sunday. Speaking to reporters here, Sivan said...
newstodaynet.com Mar. 19, 2016
newstodaynet.com Mar. 19, 2016 ISRO working on Chandrayaan 2: Chairman NT Bureau Chennai: ISRO is working on exciting missions like Chandrayaan 2 and Aditya L1(a project for gazing the sun, said its chairman A S Kiran Kumar. Addressing students at the 24th convocation of Dr MGR Educational...
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