50-plus satellites, 3 rockets to fly anytime: ISRO chief on India’s achievement

India is an inspirational place in terms of what it has achieved in the space sector in the last 60 years, Indian Space Research Organization chairman S Somanath said on Sunday, and further expressed that he has witnessed a massive transformation in the sector by bringing in startups. , incubating them in space technology and … Read more

Hughes to provide high-throughput internet service through ISRO satellites

Hughes Communications India (HCI) has launched India’s first commercial high-throughput satellite (HTS) broadband service. Hughes will provide the HTS broadband using the Indian Space Research Organization’s (ISRO’s) GSAT-11 and GSAT-29 satellites. “With the new HTS capabilities powered by ISRO satellites, we are confident that HCI will continue to deliver excellent quality satellite broadband services and … Read more

Hughes announces high-speed satellite internet service with Isro

Hughes Communications India, a joint venture entity of US-based Hughes Network Systems and Indian telecom operator Bharti Airtel, announced the launch of its first high throughput satellite (HTS) broadband internet service in the country. The service will offer satellite internet to remote locations across India, and will use the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)’s Geosynchronous … Read more

ISRO enables pvt companies for small satellite launch

At the Bengaluru Space Expo, VSSC Director Dr S Unnikrishnan said they were trying to enable private space companies with the technology to launch small satellites. “In the next 10 years, around 17,000 satellites are expected to be launched globally. In 2021, 94 percent of the satellites launched were small satellites.” As satellites now have … Read more

NHAI organizes workshop on global navigation satellite system-based tolling

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) on Thursday organized a workshop on Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) based tolling, which will help the government strategize and design the roadmap for free-flow tolling system in the country. According to an official statement, in the proposed GNSS technology-based tolling system, national highways will be geo-fenced and … Read more

Dhruva Space was launched to establish India as a global satellite hub

In June this year, spacetech startup Dhruva Space successfully tested and space qualified its Satellite Orbital Deployer (DSOD 1U), which was on Indian Space Research Organization’s (ISRO’s) PSLV C53. While this marked the beginning of India’s private sector involvement in space launches, it also cleared the way for Dhruva Space for the launch of its … Read more

From Early Satellites To Moon Mission And Future Human Spaceflight, How ISRO Has Shaped India’s Space Programme

In the years since Independence, India has made major strides in its space program, spearheaded by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). From its earliest satellites to upcoming missions, we look at the evolution of ISRO and its space programme. The Early Years Space research activities were initiated in India during the early 1960s. In … Read more

ISRO’s second satellite launch pad to come up in Tamil Nadu

In the next couple of years, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will get its second launchpad in Kulasekarapattinam in Tamil Nadu’s Thoothukudi district with the Tamil Nadu government almost completing the land acquisition process for the ambitious project. A spaceport at Kulasekarapattinam will provide a strategic advantage to ISRO as small satellites launched from … Read more

SSLV mission: ISRO says satellites are no longer usable after deviation – The Economic Times Video

SSLV mission: ISRO says satellites are no longer usable after deviation – The Economic Times Video | ET Now Mirror Now | 07 Aug 2022, 07:34 PM IST The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) on Sunday said the satellites onboard its maiden Small Satellite Launch Vehicle “are no longer usable” after the SSLV-D1 placed them … Read more

SSLV injects both satellites, orbit achieved is less making it unstable: ISRO

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) Chairman S Somanath on Sunday said that both Small Satellite Launch Vehicle (SSLV-D1) carrying Earth Observation Satellite (EOS-02) were injected but the “orbit achieved was less than expected which makes it unstable. ” “All stages performed normally. Both satellites were injected. But the orbit achieved was less than expected … Read more