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India puts another eye in the sky

ISRO’s PSLV-C38 launches 31 satellites, defence surveillance to get leg up.

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ISRO’s PSLV-C38 successfully vaults Cartosat-2 Series, 30 other satellites into orbit

ISRO’s PSLV-C38 launch: Cartosat-2 is a remote sensing satellite that is similar in configuration to earlier satellites in the series with the objective of providing high-resolution scene specific spot imagery.

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PSLV-C38 launch live updates: ISRO successfully puts Cartosat-2 Series and 30 other satellites into orbit

ISRO PSLV-C38 live updates: ISRO satellite mission has been launched from the First Launch Pad of Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota. This was the 40th flight of PSLV and 17th flight of PSLV in ‘XL’ configuration.

ISRO PSLV-C38 launched: What is Cartosat-2 series satellite?

Cartosat-2E series satellite is an earth observation satellite that provides high-resolution scene-specific spot imagery providing data in various scales. It weighs about 714 kg. It is operated and maintained by the Indian Space Research Organisation.

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PSLV to launch Cartosat-2 with 30 nano satellites on June 23: ISRO

The co-passenger satellites, comprise 29 Nano satellites from 14 countries – Austria, Belgium, Chile, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovakia, the United Kingdom and the United States of America besides a Nano satellite from India.

A year after ISRO launch: CoEP gets Rs 50 lakh for Swayam Phase II

Being centred around solar sails, or equipment that make use of solar energy instead of electricity to charge the payload, the main objective in this later phase is to demonstrate orbit manoeuvering using solar sails, said a member of the Swayam team.

Moon mission: Start-up has contract, not clearance

6 months before scheduled launch of rover on ISRO rocket, firm with Antrix contract waits and hopes

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Indian navigational satellite system suffers temporary setback, three atomic clocks stop working: Report

“Three atomic clocks of IRNSS-1A have stopped working. But the rest of satellite components are functioning perfectly,” officials said.

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Navigation satellite clocks ticking, system to be expanded: ISRO

ISRO is facing serious trouble as atomic clocks on the first first navigation satellite IRNSS-1A have already failed. The atomic clocks that provide location data in the six navigation satellites are functioning normally.

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Heavy lifting

Having established its superiority in the numbers game, ISRO is now throwing its weight around

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As GSLV launches and PM Modi cheers, some Gujaratis remember a forgotten son

Renaissance man Vikram Sarabhai laid the foundation of independent India in nuclear and space science as well as the arts, but modern-day Gujarat continues to ignore him

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ISRO’s launch: Tech denied, how this was Made in India

Behind the success of the launch is nearly three decades of hard work in taming cryogenic technology and an interesting history of this technology was denied to ISRO by the United States in the early 1990s, forcing it develop it on its own.

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Tech denied, ISRO built cryo engine on its own

Today’s launch of a geostationary communication satellite, GSAT-19, is perhaps ISRO’s most important mission in the last three decades.

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ISRO’s biggest in 30 years: Powerful GSLV-MkIII launches heaviest satellite GSAT-19

ISRO chairman A S Kiran Kumar described the launch as a step towards “self reliance’’ for India in the launching of heavy satellites.

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ISRO successfully launches GSLV MK III-D1 rocket carrying the GSAT-19 satellite

The rocket has the capability to carry a payload as heavy as 4,000 kg and put in into the Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit. It can also carry a 10,000 kg payload and put in into the Low Earth Orbit.