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India to launch mission to explore moon's south pole

India to launch mission to explore moon’s south pole

The lunar mission, Chandrayaan-2, under which the ISRO will for the first time attempt to land a rover on the moon’s south pole, will be launched in April. Chandrayaan-2 will be ISRO’s first inter-planetary mission to land a rover on any celestial body.

Chandrayaan-2 in April: As good as landing man on moon, says govt

The spacecraft launch, on board GSLV-Mk II, is planned for March and many new technologies have been developed indigenously to achieve the mission requirements.

Termination of Team India contract won’t affect ties with pvt firms: ISRO chief

Team Indus, a Bangalore start-up, was one of the shortlisted participants in the Google Lunar XPrize contest, as part of which it was supposed to send a spacecraft to the moon.

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ISRO’s Cartosat-2 becomes operational, beams first images

ISRO’s recently launched Cartosat-2 satellite became operational, and beamed back its first images from Indore.

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SEE VIDEO: Stunning visuals of what happened after ISRO’s PSLV-C40 satellite liftoff

PSLV-C40, 710kg Cartosat-2 series, is the seventh in a constellation of similar remote sensing satellites that ISRO has built up in space.

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ISRO recruitment 2018: Hiring begins for JRF post, salary and registration details

Interested aspirants can apply at the official website – before February 2.

PSLV back after August failure, launches 31 satellites

“ISRO is starting 2018 with the successful launch. All satellites have been released. So far, the perfromance of Cartosat has been satisfactory,” ISRO chairman A S Kiran Kumar, who is set to retire on January 14, said at the mission control room in Sriharikota.

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‘A CENTURY and still NOT OUT!’: ISRO’s 100th satellite launch brings a streak of joy

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) launched its 100th satellite at 9.29am from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh. Expressing their delight, Twitterati also joined in the celebrations after the century.

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ISRO successfully launches 100th satellite, PSLV carries Cartosat-2 among 29 others

ISRO’s mission, the first carried out by the space agency this year, comes four months after it failed to launch IRNSS-1H onboard PSLV-39.  

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PM Narendra Modi hails ISRO for successful PSLV mission

ISRO successfully launched India’s weather observation satellite Cartosat 2 Series and 29 other spacecraft onboard its dependable Polar rocket PSLV-C40 from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh.

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ISRO satellite launch highlights: Modi congratulates ISRO, says it shows bright future in India’s space programme

ISRO satellite launch Highlights: This is the space agency’s first mission in 2018, and its first since the unsuccessful launch of IRNSS-1H in August last year.

K Sivan’s humble journey: From farmer’s son to Indian Space agency top job

On his elevation, Sivan said: “This is a rare opportunity. This is a post held by legendary people, I accept this with humility.”

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ISRO to launch 100th satellite today: All you need to know

ISRO’s 100th satellite launch: With countdown for lift-off already underway, the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C40) is the space agency’s first launch of 2018.

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Countdown to launch 31 satellites to begin on Thursday

ISRO’s January 12 launch will set 31 satellites into space, that also includes India’s 100th satellite.

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India’s first private moon mission in peril over contractual issue between TeamIndus and ISRO’s Antrix

The TeamIndus head Rahul Narayan has also in multiple discussions suggested that the launch efforts with ISRO are still on, although he has admitted that the startup was struggling to meet financial targets including payments to ISRO for the rocket launch to the tune of nearly $ 70 million.