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ICHR collaboration: Isro to use scientific tools to ‘monitor heritage sites’

Officials at ICHR have now said their work with Isro will majorly be in the field of archaeology and excavation using scientific technology.

The Entrance gate of World Heritage listed monument of Agra Fort in Agra. (File photo)
Updated on Jun 28, 2023 06:24 AM IST

ISRO-NASA built satellite ready to be shipped to India for launch

ISRO and NASA joined hands in 2014 to build the 2,800 kg satellite. In March 2021, ISRO sent its S-Band SAR payload developed in India to NASA for integration with the L-Band payload built by JPL.

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chairman S Somanath along with Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) Director Laurie Leshin.(ANI)
Published on Feb 04, 2023 08:28 PM IST
PTI | | Posted by Singh Rahul Sunilkumar

38-year old NASA satellite expected to fall from sky tomorrow

The Earth Radiation Budget Satellite, known as ERBS, was launched in 1984 aboard space shuttle Challenger. Although its expected working lifetime was two years, the satellite kept making ozone and other atmospheric measurements until its retirement in 2005.

The space agency put the odds of injury from falling debris at about 1-in-9,400.(Representational image)
Published on Jan 07, 2023 09:38 AM IST
AP | | Posted by Nisha Anand

North Korea confirms 'important' spy satellite test for April launch

North Korea has conducted an unprecedented number of missile tests this year, including an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) designed to reach the U.S. mainland, in defiance of international sanctions.

View of what appears to be a test related to the development of a reconnaissance satellite in this undated photo released on Monday by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA).(via REUTERS)
Published on Dec 19, 2022 06:22 AM IST
Reuters | | Posted by Yagya Sharma

ISRO's update on student satellite, new rocket mission after data loss setback

The SSLV - carrying Azaadisat and an earth observation satellite -lifted off but soon there was a data loss. 

Sriharikota: ISRO's new offering Small Satellite Launch Vehicle (SSLV) during its launch from the Sathish Dhawan Space Centre, in Sriharikota. (PTI)
Updated on Aug 07, 2022 03:15 PM IST
By, New Delhi

ISRO marks historic SSLV liftoff with student satellite, then data loss reported

ISRO SSLV launch: This is the third launch by ISRO this year. 

ISRO SSLV liftoff:  The SSLV carries Earth observation satellite too,((ANI/ ISRO) )
Published on Aug 07, 2022 09:18 AM IST

ISRO countdown on for maiden SSLV mission carrying student satellite| Top 10

ISRO SSLV mission: The AzaadiSAT - which the SSLV carries - has payloads developed by girl students from rural parts of the country. 

SSLV-D1/EOS-02 Mission: The launch is scheduled at 9:18 am (IST).((Twitter/ ISRO) )
Published on Aug 07, 2022 06:34 AM IST
By, New Delhi

Elon Musk's praise as SpaceX breaks annual launch record with Starlink mission

The latest launch is an addition to the constellation of broadband satellites called ‘Starlink’ - majorly consumer-based service with hundreds of thousands of internet users - that Elon Musk's company is racing to build.

SpaceX owner and Tesla CEO Elon Musk. (File image)(REUTERS)
Published on Jul 23, 2022 08:02 PM IST
Written by Sharangee Dutta | Edited by Swati Bhasin, New Delhi

'Mission can be re-scheduled': Space minister after Isro hits a snag

Isro suffered a setback on Thursday after its Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) failed to put the GISAT-1 Earth observation satellite (EOS) satellite onto its intended orbit due to a technical anomaly in the cryogenic upper stage minutes after launch.

Union minister Jitendra Singh said that the satellite launch can be re-scheduled later, in view of the fact that it hit a technical snag this time. (File Photo)
Published on Aug 12, 2021 09:38 AM IST
Written by Joydeep Bose | Edited by Meenakshi Ray, Hindustan Times, New Delhi

Isro's 'eye in the sky' satellite blasts off but fails to reach orbit

The satellite was launched on a Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh as a part of the GSLV-F10 EOS-03 mission.

A representation of the GISAT-1 satellite on the Isro telemetry screen moments after the GSLV-F10 launch. (Screengrab from live telecast)
Published on Aug 12, 2021 07:20 AM IST
Written by Joydeep Bose | Edited by Meenakshi Ray, Hindustan Times, New Delhi

Isro to launch GISAT-1 in less than 24 hours, game-changer for India: 10 points

The satellite is slated to be launched at 5:43am tomorrow on a geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle (GSLV) from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh as a part of the GSLV-F10 EOS-03 mission.

Isro commenced the countdown for the launch of the GSLV-F10/EOS-03 mission today. (Photo via @isro on Twitter)
Published on Aug 11, 2021 10:16 AM IST
Written by Joydeep Bose | Edited by Amit Chaturvedi, Hindustan Times, New Delhi

Isro all set to launch 'eye in the sky' satellite tomorrow, countdown begins

The GISAT-1 satellite, once in orbit around the Earth, is expected to essentially be India's "eye in the sky", monitoring locations of interest. It will also help India monitor and respond to natural disasters and any other short-term events at an alarming pace, Isro officials indicated.

Isro commenced the countdown for the launch of the GSLV-F10/EOS-03 mission today. (Photo via @isro on Twitter)
Updated on Aug 11, 2021 08:21 AM IST
Written by Joydeep Bose | Edited by Amit Chaturvedi

As bad air season nears, India lags behind on AQI monitoring

India will need at least 1,600 more monitoring stations to make up for the shortfall, according to a projection by a team made up of scientists from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi, IIT Kanpur and Indian pollution research group UrbanEmissions.info, and Canadian academicians.

India has one air quality monitoring station for every 7 million people while China has over eight times that number.(Raj K Raj/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Sep 27, 2019 02:58 AM IST
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