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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.

ISRO launches Made in India space shuttle: Here's why it matters

ISRO today launched India's very first space shuttle, a 'Made in India' effort.

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Working on manned space mission: ISRO chairman

Indian science congress Keen on putting to use technology developed by students, says Radhakrishnan.

Have proved our ability to collaborate with any country on equal footing

The Indian Space Research Organisation’s 650-million-km, 300-day mission to Mars has put a spring in the steps of scientists and technicians at the space agency.

First image of Mars sent from Mangalyaan: 'The view is nice up here'

The very first image from the Mars Orbiter has been sent to ISRO today.

India becomes first nation to put spacecraft in Mars orbit in maiden attempt

India is the first country in the world to make it to the Red Plant in the first attempt.

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Highlights: India reaches Mars, Prime Minister Narendra Modi showers praises on ISRO

India’s Mars mission moved a step closer after the dormant main engine on the spacecraft was testfired flawlessly.

Key engine on board Mars Orbiter test-fired, spacecraft enters last stretch

Mars Orbiter Mission entered the Mars Gravitational Sphere of Influence ahead of its scheduled Orbit Insertion.

MOM is in the pink of health: ISRO

Scientists would undertake a "challenging task" when they would restart the onboard liquid engine.

ISRO set to launch 5 satellites this month

The satellites will be launched from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota at 9.49 am, ISRO said in an official statement.

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ISRO launches India's fifth navigation satellite IRNSS-1E

Sriharikota, Jan 20 (ANI): The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Wednesday successfully launched India's fifth navigation satellite, IRNSS-1E. ISRO's proven workhorse PSLV-C31 is set to put the satellite in the sub-geosynchronous orbit in its 33rd flight from the nation's spaceport at Sriharikota. The Indian Regional Navigation Satellite system, IRNSS, consists of seven satellites and will provide real-time data on the position of objects to aid road, air and maritime traffic apart from providing mapping and tracking services.

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