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PTI
June 12, 2019



PTI
May 15, 2019



PTI
May 1, 2019
Earlier, Chandrayaan-2 was scheduled for launch in a window from January-February but ISRO had deferred it to March-April


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, January 11, 2019
The initial training for Gaganyaan will be done in India and advanced training maybe in Russia.


PTI
January 3, 2019



PTI
November 14, 2018



BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 11, 2018
With less than 12 hours to go for the launch of the IRNSS-1L navigation satellite from Sriharikota, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) won't be resting easy. Especially given the flak it has been facing of-late.


BT Online
May 5, 2017
Carrying the geostationary communication satellite, the lift off, three minutes before 5 pm will put into orbit GSAT-9 or the South Asia Satellite which is expected to boost communication links among South Asian countries.


IANS
Sriharikota, March 28, 2015
At exactly 5:19 pm, the rocket - Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle - (PSLV-C27) standing about 44 metres tall and weighing around 320 tonne, tore into the evening skies.


Aditya Kalra
New Delhi, December 18, 2014
Once operational, the GSLV Mark III will be able to put satellites weighing about 4 tonnes into orbit, almost doubling country's current capability.


PTI
New Delhi, November 11, 2014
At a time when space assets are becoming part and parcel of daily life, its safety must be ensured, said Radhakrishnan, who is also the secretary of Department of Space.


IANS
Bangalore, October 30, 2014
ISRO successfully inserted the spacecraft MOM on September 24 in the Martian orbit with five scientific instruments to search for life-sustaining elements on Mars.


K.R. Balasubramanyam & N. Madhavan
October 30, 2008
Even before Chandrayaan's launch, while India and the world were worrying over the global financial meltdown, ISRO subsidiary Antrix had crossed a milestone unnoticed and unheralded. It delivered a communications satellite, the W2M, to the Paris-based Eutelstat, a leading telecom operator. Can India beat its cryogenic blues to get into big launches? K.R. Balasubramanyam and N. Madhavan probe the answer.


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