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India to get another ‘eye in the sky’ by month-end
is an advanced remote sensing satellite capable of providing scene-specific spot imageryIsro's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C37), carrying CARTOSAT-2 along with 104 nano satellites was launcNEW DELHI: After the historic lift-off of India's heaviest rocket GSLV-Mk III, Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) is gearing up to launch a Cartosat-series satellite, also called the 'eye in the sky'...
Times Of India | 169 Day(s) Ago
India to get another ‘eye in the sky’ by month-end
is an advanced remote sensing satellite capable of providing scene-specific spot imageryIsro's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C37), carrying CARTOSAT-2 along with 104 nano satellites was launcNEW DELHI: After the historic lift-off of India's heaviest rocket GSLV-Mk III, Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) is gearing up to launch a Cartosat-series satellite, also called the 'eye in the sky'...
Times Of India | 169 Day(s) Ago
India to get another ‘eye in the sky’ by month-end
is an advanced remote sensing satellite capable of providing scene-specific spot imageryIsro's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C37), carrying CARTOSAT-2 along with 104 nano satellites was launcNEW DELHI: After the historic lift-off of India's heaviest rocket GSLV-Mk III, Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) is gearing up to launch a Cartosat-series satellite, also called the 'eye in the sky'...
Times Of India | 169 Day(s) Ago
GSLV-MK III, which uses a homegrown cryogenic engine, has to do at least two more launches before it begins commercial operations, report Raghu Krishnan and T E Narasimhan.The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) may have to wait till 2020 to hurl satellites for global customers on its most powerful rocket, as the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-MK III), needs to first fulfil local...
Rediff | 169 Day(s) Ago
about 16 minutes after its launch.It was a textbook launch as every stage of the three- stage GSLV MkIII with indegeneous cryogenic engine, performed without any flaw after the powerful rocket blasted off at the end of 25-and-half hour countdown, that began last evening, leaving plumes of smoke and soared into sky.Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) scientists broke into thunderous applause as...
DNA | 169 Day(s) Ago