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The launch of GISAT-1 onboard GSLV-F10 rocket was originally planned for March 5 last year but postponed a day before the blast-off due to technical reasons.(Isro official website)

Satellite set for Mar 28 launch will provide real time images of India's borders

PTI |
PUBLISHED ON MAR 07, 2021 06:55 PM IST
GISAT-1 is slated to be lofted into space by GSLV-F10 rocket from Sriharikota spaceport in Andhra Pradesh's Nellore district, about 100 kms north of Chennai.
ISRO's PSLV lifts off with Brazil's Amazonia-1 and 18 other satellites from Satish Dhawan space centre in Andhra Pradesh's Srihatikota on Sunday.(ANI Photo)
ISRO's PSLV lifts off with Brazil's Amazonia-1 and 18 other satellites from Satish Dhawan space centre in Andhra Pradesh's Srihatikota on Sunday.(ANI Photo)

PSLV lifts off with Amazonia-1, 18 other satellites; ISRO says launch successful

By hindustantimes.com | Edited by Amit Chaturvedi
UPDATED ON FEB 28, 2021 10:50 AM IST
The 637-kg Amazonia-1 is the optical earth observation satellite of the National Institute for Space Research (INPE), the research unit of Brazil's ministry of science.
The Geosynchronous Satellite launch Vehicle (GSLV) MkIII carrying Chandrayaan-2 lifts off from Sriharikota in 2019. A third Chandrayaan mission with just a lander and rover was to take place either in late 2020 or early 2021. All the missions were delayed due to the pandemic.(AP File)
The Geosynchronous Satellite launch Vehicle (GSLV) MkIII carrying Chandrayaan-2 lifts off from Sriharikota in 2019. A third Chandrayaan mission with just a lander and rover was to take place either in late 2020 or early 2021. All the missions were delayed due to the pandemic.(AP File)

Isro to launch communication satellite on December 17, maiden SSLV launch to follow

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Anonna Dutt
UPDATED ON DEC 11, 2020 05:43 PM IST
This will be the 42nd communications satellite to be launched by the space agency
In this photo provided by Isro, India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) C-49 which lofted off EOS-01 as primary satellite and nine other international commercial satellites onboard from Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC), in Sriharikota, Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2020 (PTI Photo)(PTI)
In this photo provided by Isro, India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) C-49 which lofted off EOS-01 as primary satellite and nine other international commercial satellites onboard from Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC), in Sriharikota, Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2020 (PTI Photo)(PTI)

EOS-01 launched: All you need to know about Isro’s latest space mission

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By hindustantimes.com | Edited by Karan Manral
UPDATED ON NOV 07, 2020 05:32 PM IST
EOS-01, an earth observation satellite, was launched onboard the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV)-C49 from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC). Nine foreign satellites were also launched as part of this mission.
On Wednesday, ISRO successfully launched RISAT-2BR1 and nine foreign satellites on-board PSLV-C48 in its 50th flight.(Photo: ISRO/ Twitter)
On Wednesday, ISRO successfully launched RISAT-2BR1 and nine foreign satellites on-board PSLV-C48 in its 50th flight.(Photo: ISRO/ Twitter)

ISRO scientists unfurl antenna of RISAT-2BR1 satellite

Chennai | By Press Trust of India
PUBLISHED ON DEC 13, 2019 12:19 AM IST
This complex technology involved unfurling and deployment of the 3.6 m antenna which was folded and stowed during launch,” ISRO said in an update.
ISROs workhorse launch vehicle PSLV will put one Indian and nine customer satellites in space on Wednesday afternoon.(ANI Photo)
ISROs workhorse launch vehicle PSLV will put one Indian and nine customer satellites in space on Wednesday afternoon.(ANI Photo)

ISRO to launch one Indian, nine customer satellites in space today

Hindustan times, New Delhi | By Anonna Dutt
PUBLISHED ON DEC 11, 2019 01:09 PM IST
The rocket will take off from the second launch pad at Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh at 03:25 pm. This will be the sixth launch of the year, including the big ticket Chandrayaan 2 mission.
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Wednesday announced that the fuel filling process for the second stage of PSLV-C48 has commenced.(ANI Photo)
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Wednesday announced that the fuel filling process for the second stage of PSLV-C48 has commenced.(ANI Photo)

Fuel filling for second stage of PSLV-C48 commences: ISRO

New Delhi | By Asian News International
PUBLISHED ON DEC 11, 2019 08:06 AM IST
While speaking to media, he said that PSLV C48 is a historic achievement by ISRO as this is the 50th launch for PSLV and 75th launch from Sriharikota.
Jointly built by Herzliya Science Center and Sha’ar Hanegev High School students, the satellite is designed to serve children from across the country to “observe the Earth”.(PTI file)
Jointly built by Herzliya Science Center and Sha’ar Hanegev High School students, the satellite is designed to serve children from across the country to “observe the Earth”.(PTI file)

Israeli high school students to launch self-made satellite from ISRO’s Sriharikota

Jerusalem | By Press Trust of India
UPDATED ON DEC 09, 2019 10:07 AM IST
Alon Abramovich, Meitav Assulin and Shmuel Aviv Levi, all 17 to 18 years old, are students of Sha’ar HaNegev High school in Israel’s southern region. They will be leaving for India on Monday evening and the satellite launch is on December 11.
Subramanian said he had always been excited by rockets as a child.(Facebook/Shanmuga Subramanian)
Subramanian said he had always been excited by rockets as a child.(Facebook/Shanmuga Subramanian)

‘Was hooked’: Chennai techie spent 45 sleepless nights to spot Vikram lander

Hindustan Times, Chennai | By M Manikandan
UPDATED ON DEC 03, 2019 05:45 PM IST
Those sleepless nights appeared to pay off in early October when Subramanian spotted what he believed was the debris. He tweeted about it and mailed his suspicions to NASA and the Indian Space Research Agency.
ISRO’s PSLV-47 rocket launched India’s Cartosat-3 and 13 US nanosatellites from Sriharikota on Nov 27, 2019.(ISRO / Twiiter)
ISRO’s PSLV-47 rocket launched India’s Cartosat-3 and 13 US nanosatellites from Sriharikota on Nov 27, 2019.(ISRO / Twiiter)

ISRO launches PSLV-C47 carrying Cartosat-3 and 13 nanosatellites from Sriharikota

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Anonna Dutt
UPDATED ON JUL 30, 2020 02:43 AM IST
The 49th flight of India’s workhorse rocket – the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle or PSLV – took off from the second launch pad at Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh at 9:28am.
Earlier, ISRO had said the rocket launch will be on Nov 25 at 9.28 am.(PTI FILE)
Earlier, ISRO had said the rocket launch will be on Nov 25 at 9.28 am.(PTI FILE)

Isro postpones launch of Cartosat-3 and 13 US satellites to Nov 27

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON NOV 22, 2019 03:48 AM IST
According to Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), the launch of PSLV-XL variant carrying Cartosat-3 and 13 US nano satellites has been rescheduled for November 27 at 9.28 am.
Live telecast of soft landing of Vikram module of Chandrayaan 2 on lunar surface, in Bengaluru on Saturday. As declared by ISRO Chairman Kailasavadivoo Sivan, the connection with Vikram lander was lost and resumption of communications is awaited.(PTI Photo/Video grab)
Live telecast of soft landing of Vikram module of Chandrayaan 2 on lunar surface, in Bengaluru on Saturday. As declared by ISRO Chairman Kailasavadivoo Sivan, the connection with Vikram lander was lost and resumption of communications is awaited.(PTI Photo/Video grab)

Chandrayaan 2 landing- ‘Vikram may have landed on moon, let’s wait for analysis’, says former Isro chief

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JUN 27, 2020 07:14 AM IST
Chandrayaan 2: The Vikram lander was planned to land on the far side of the moon between 1:30 am to 2:30 am on the intervening night of Friday-Saturday. This would have been followed by rover (Pragyan) roll-out between 5:30 am to 6:30 am.
India’s second Moon mission Chandrayaan-2 lifts off onboard GSLV Mk III-M1 launch vehicle from Satish Dhawan Space Center at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh, Monday, July 22, 2019.(PTI file photo)
India’s second Moon mission Chandrayaan-2 lifts off onboard GSLV Mk III-M1 launch vehicle from Satish Dhawan Space Center at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh, Monday, July 22, 2019.(PTI file photo)

Watch | Chandrayaan 2 about to create history: The journey so far

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JUN 26, 2020 06:26 PM IST
Chandrayaan-2 will aim to determine the extent of water presence on the Moon and understand the origins of the Solar System.
Guests Yougesh Nagar, Abhishek Drall and Yang Jae Sik lit the lamp of knowledge(HT)
Guests Yougesh Nagar, Abhishek Drall and Yang Jae Sik lit the lamp of knowledge(HT)

Delhi International School gets a new student council

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON AUG 05, 2019 10:21 AM IST
Important or interesting events that took place in Delhi-NCR schools recently
The first earth bound orbit-raising maneuver for Chandryaan-2 spacecraft has been performed successfully on Wednesday(Reuters Photo)
The first earth bound orbit-raising maneuver for Chandryaan-2 spacecraft has been performed successfully on Wednesday(Reuters Photo)

First earth bound orbit-raising maneuver for Chandrayaan-2 successfully performed

Sriharikota | By Asian News International
UPDATED ON JUL 24, 2019 05:30 PM IST
A Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) Mark III, carrying the Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft, had lifted off at 2.43 pm on Monday from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota.
The Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle, GSLV MkIII-M1 rocket, carrying Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft, lifting off from the Second Launch Pad at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota.(ANI Photo)
The Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle, GSLV MkIII-M1 rocket, carrying Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft, lifting off from the Second Launch Pad at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota.(ANI Photo)

Harbhajan Singh trolls Pakistan, others post Chandrayaan-2 launch

New Delhi | By Indo Asian News Service
UPDATED ON JUL 24, 2019 09:12 AM IST
The 43.4 metre tall, 640 tonne rocket, nicknamed ‘Bahubali’, carried the 3.8-tonne Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft, which will carry out India’s second mission to its closest celestial neighbour.
At 2.43pm, the 14-storey-tall GSLV Mark III rocket blasted off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Andhra Pradesh’s Sriharikota with the 3,850kg Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft, exactly a week after the launch was called off due to a technical snag. (PTI Photo)
At 2.43pm, the 14-storey-tall GSLV Mark III rocket blasted off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Andhra Pradesh’s Sriharikota with the 3,850kg Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft, exactly a week after the launch was called off due to a technical snag. (PTI Photo)

Isro launches Chandrayaan-2: India shoots for the Moon

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Anonna Dutt
UPDATED ON JUL 23, 2019 12:23 AM IST
Isro is already working towards its next milestone in the first half of 2020: a solar mission called Aditya L1 to study the external layers of the sun. The Prime Minister has announced a manned space mission by 2022
The success of Chandrayaan-2 has brought a huge relief for the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) scientists after they postponed the launch on July 15 following a technical glitch in the rocket.(PTI)
The success of Chandrayaan-2 has brought a huge relief for the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) scientists after they postponed the launch on July 15 following a technical glitch in the rocket.(PTI)

On Chandrayaan-2 launch by Isro, a message from NASA

Washington | By Press Trust of India
UPDATED ON JUL 22, 2019 08:27 PM IST
India on Monday successfully launched its second lunar mission Chandrayaan-2 on board its powerful rocket GSLV-MkIII-M1 from the spaceport in Sriharikota to explore the unchartered south pole of the celestial body by landing a rover.
GSLVMkIII-M1 had successfully injected Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft into earth orbit. (ISRO/PTI Photo)
GSLVMkIII-M1 had successfully injected Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft into earth orbit. (ISRO/PTI Photo)

How mood changed at Isro, from furrowed brows to wide smiles

New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JUL 22, 2019 06:08 PM IST
The launch of India’s moon mission from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota in Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh at 2.43 pm was the second attempt after the first bid on July 15 had to be aborted with an hour to go before the launch due to a technical glitch.
ISRO successfully launches Chandrayaan-2.(ISRO)
ISRO successfully launches Chandrayaan-2.(ISRO)

Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir congratulate ISRO on launch of Chandrayaan-2

New Delhi | By Asian News International
UPDATED ON JUL 22, 2019 05:23 PM IST
ISRO successful launched India’s indigenous moon mission, Chandrayaan-2 from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota in Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh.
India launched a bid to become a leading space power on July 22, sending up a rocket to put a craft on the surface of the Moon in what it called a "historic day" for the nation.(AFP)
India launched a bid to become a leading space power on July 22, sending up a rocket to put a craft on the surface of the Moon in what it called a "historic day" for the nation.(AFP)

Chandrayaan 2 launch: Virat Kohli tweets about ‘historic and proud moment’

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JUL 22, 2019 05:12 PM IST
Not just Virat Kohli, there were other from the Indian cricketing fraternity too who hailed ISRO’s great achievement.
The 3,850kg Chandrayaan-2 consists of an orbiter that will circle the moon for about a year, taking images and testing the atmosphere; a lander named Vikram, after Vikram Sarabhai, known as the father of India’s space exploration; and a rover named Pragyaan, which means wisdom in Sanskrit. (ANI photo)
The 3,850kg Chandrayaan-2 consists of an orbiter that will circle the moon for about a year, taking images and testing the atmosphere; a lander named Vikram, after Vikram Sarabhai, known as the father of India’s space exploration; and a rover named Pragyaan, which means wisdom in Sanskrit. (ANI photo)

Chandrayaan-2: Late by a week, will still land on moon on planned date

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JUL 22, 2019 04:48 PM IST
The Chandrayaan-2 will now spend six additional days in Earth’s orbit and 15 fewer days around the moon before it lands on the day that was originally planned, Isro scientists have said.
Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) launched its second moon mission, Chandrayaan-2.(Screengrab/ISRO Twitter)
Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) launched its second moon mission, Chandrayaan-2.(Screengrab/ISRO Twitter)

Chandrayaan 2 Launch: Isro launches Chandrayaan-2 from Sriharikota as lakhs cheer

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JUN 03, 2020 10:33 PM IST
Chandrayaan-2 lifted off onboard Isro’s most powerful launcher, the 640-tonne rocket Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle-Mark III (GSLV-Mk III), from the country’s only launch site Satish Dhawan Space Centre.
Known as ISRO’s most powerful launcher and measuring 44 metres in height, the 640-tonne rocket Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle-Mark III (GSLV-Mk III) that will launch Chandrayaan-2, has been nicknamed ‘Bahubali’.(PTI PHOTO.)
Known as ISRO’s most powerful launcher and measuring 44 metres in height, the 640-tonne rocket Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle-Mark III (GSLV-Mk III) that will launch Chandrayaan-2, has been nicknamed ‘Bahubali’.(PTI PHOTO.)

Chandrayaan-2: 20-hour countdown for India’s second moon mission begins

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JUL 22, 2019 01:53 PM IST
In less than 24 hours from now, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will launch the nation’s first lunar landing mission, in what has been described as one of the most complex missions ever undertaken by the space agency.
ISRO Chairman K Sivan said Chandrayaan-2 is now ready for lift-off.(ANI)
ISRO Chairman K Sivan said Chandrayaan-2 is now ready for lift-off.(ANI)

‘Technical snags rectified’, says ISRO chief ahead of Chandrayaan-2 launch

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JUL 22, 2019 01:50 PM IST
Technical snags had forced ISRO to abort the scheduled launch of Chandrayaan-2, India’s second lunar mission on July 15.
People standing next to models of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)'s Geosynchronous Satellite launch Vehicle (GSLV) MkII at Satish Dhawan Space Center after the Chandrayaan-2 mission was aborted from Sriharikota on Sunday.(ANI Photo)
People standing next to models of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)'s Geosynchronous Satellite launch Vehicle (GSLV) MkII at Satish Dhawan Space Center after the Chandrayaan-2 mission was aborted from Sriharikota on Sunday.(ANI Photo)

Chandrayaan-2: Next launch window by end-July

Hindustan Times, Sriharikota | By Anonna Dutt
PUBLISHED ON JUL 15, 2019 11:56 PM IST
Roughly an hour before the blast-off early on Monday morning, scientists at the ISRO noticed that the fuel pressure in the last of the three-stage propulsion system of the GSLV Mark III was falling and suspected a helium leak.
A model of GSLV Mark III on display at Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Nellore district, Monday, July 15, 2019. Chandrayaan 2 suffered a jolt after a technical snag forced the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) to call off the launch.(Photo: PTI)
A model of GSLV Mark III on display at Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Nellore district, Monday, July 15, 2019. Chandrayaan 2 suffered a jolt after a technical snag forced the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) to call off the launch.(Photo: PTI)

Chandrayaan 2: ‘Snag noticed in nick of time’

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Ashok Bagriya
PUBLISHED ON JUL 15, 2019 11:53 PM IST
Chandrayaan 2 was set for launch atop a GSLV Mark III — India’s most powerful rocket — from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota off the Andhra Pradesh coast, but countdown was halted 56 minutes and 24 seconds before the planned liftoff.
A view of the Chandrayaan-2 on board GSLVMkIII-M1 at Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Nellore district, Saturday, July 13, 2019.(PTI)
A view of the Chandrayaan-2 on board GSLVMkIII-M1 at Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Nellore district, Saturday, July 13, 2019.(PTI)

Chandrayaan-2 launch aborted at eleventh hour

Hindustan Times, Sriharikota | By Anonna Dutt
UPDATED ON JUL 16, 2019 12:01 AM IST
This is the fifth time India’s second lunar mission has been postponed, but the first time it happened after the assembly of the spacecraft was completed at the country’s only launch site at Sriharikota.
Chandrayaan 2 is a Rs 978-crore mission, which comprises an orbiter and a lander with a rover that is designed to soft-land between two lunar craters in the south pole of the moon to study the topography, seismography and chemical and mineral composition of lunar rocks(PTI)
Chandrayaan 2 is a Rs 978-crore mission, which comprises an orbiter and a lander with a rover that is designed to soft-land between two lunar craters in the south pole of the moon to study the topography, seismography and chemical and mineral composition of lunar rocks(PTI)

On track for the moon mission

Hindustan Times | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JUL 15, 2019 08:16 PM IST
Calling off Chandrayaan 2 was prudent. The snag can be fixed
Sriharikota: In this picture released by ISRO Thursday, July 11, 2019, the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark III (GSLV Mk 3) or 'Bahubali' is seen at the second launch pad ahead of the launch of Chandrayaan-2, in Sriharikota.(PTI)
Sriharikota: In this picture released by ISRO Thursday, July 11, 2019, the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark III (GSLV Mk 3) or 'Bahubali' is seen at the second launch pad ahead of the launch of Chandrayaan-2, in Sriharikota.(PTI)

‘Better late than never’: Twitter after ISRO called off Chandrayaan-2 launch

New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JUN 02, 2020 12:19 AM IST
Chandrayaan 2 Launch Mission: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said the countdown was stopped 56 minutes before the launch as an “abundant precaution” after a “technical snag” was observed in the launch vehicle system.
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