Tuesday, July 5, 2022

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After NASA, ISRO wants to pursue India’s first mission to the Sun in 2020

Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) now has its eyes on the Sun with solar mission Aditya-L1 in 2020.

Chandrayaan-2, India’s second moon mission launched successfully

Chandrayaan-2 is on its way to the Moon, launching from Sriharikota this afternoon. The mission aims to place a rover on the Moon later this year.

Chadrayan 2 new launch date and time revealed

ISRO recently took Twitter and announced new launch date and time for India's moon mission, Chandrayan2. The original date of launching was July 15, 2019,...

Chandrayan 2 mission has been put on hold citing technical issues

The Moon is the closest cosmic body at which space discovery can be attempted and documented. It is also a promising testbed to demonstrate...

AstroSat discovers new group of stars in globular cluster NGC 2808

The Indian multi-wavelength space observatory AstroSat launched in September 2015 continues to yield exciting results. Using this observatory, astronomers from Thiruvananthapuram and Mumbai have...

AstroSat discovers ultraviolet wings of Butterfly Nebula

Indian astrophysicists have discovered large ultraviolet lobes and jets that were hurled out from a dying star, using data from AstroSat – space observatory...

New tool may help classify craters on planetary surfaces

Researchers at Dehradun-based Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS) and Gujarat University have developed software that can help scientists classify images of craters on...

A new effort to bring astronomy and people closer

Public Outreach and Education Committee (POEC) of the Astronomical Society of India (ASI), and the AstroSat Training and Outreach Team is all set to...

India’s First-Ever Moon Mission to Launch in 2018

In 2018, India says it will be ready to join the ranks of the moon lander. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is preparing for...

ISRO launches India’s Most Powerful Rocket, GSLV Mk III

This Monday, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has successfully launched India's most powerful rocket Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV MK III). With the launch,...

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