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PTI
Sriharikota, July 21, 2019
Chandrayaan-2 comes 11 years after ISRO's successful first lunar mission Chandrayaan-1 which scripted history by making more than 3,400 orbits around the Moon and was operational for 312 days till August 29, 2009


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


PTI
Ahmedabad, June 16, 2015
\"We are working for critical technologies for human space programmes. Currently we are working on environmentally controlled chamber so that the chamber is habitable for human being for long period,\" ISRO Chairman A S Kirankumar said.


BT Online Bureau
New Delhi, October 24, 2014
A month ago, on September 24, India made history by successfully placing its spacecraft in orbit around Mars, becoming the first country in the world to succeed in such an inter-planetary mission in the maiden attempt itself.


PTI
Bangalore, September 24, 2014
Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the success of the mission after the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) spacecraft reached the orbit around Mars.


N. Madhavan
January 5, 2014
This success takes ISRO closer to its objective of positioning itself as a reliable launcher of heavier communication satellites that weigh over two tonnes in the geosynchronous orbit (an orbit where a satellite moves in tandem with the earth's rotation and thus is available to users throughout the day).


www.businesstoday.in
December 20, 2012
India's space missions are building up its soft power by changing how the country is perceived. Its space applications have an impact on the lives of millions.


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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