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ISRO’s merchandiser programme takes off with 8 companies already onboard

Indian Space Research Organisation’s merchandise programme which will be customised space-themed has taken off in partnership with multiple companies. Following the launch of this programme, all those interested will be able to purchase authorised products of ISRO such as T-shirts, scale models, space-themed educational games, mugs, science toys, etc. Key Points Following the launch of ..

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ISRO gives nod to implement Satellite TV classrooms

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has given its approval to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Education in order to provide technical assistance for satellite TV classrooms across India in a bid to bridge learning gap that arose due to COVID-induced lockdown. Key Points ISRO scientists have appeared before Parliamentary Standing Committee for Education on July ..

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CEOS COAST: ISRO- NOAA Project endorsed by UN Body

Recently, UN body has endorsed a multinational project called “Committee on Earth Observation Satellites Coastal Observations, Applications, Services, and Tools (CEOS COAST)”. About CEOS COAST CEOS COAST programme is co-led by ISRO and NOAA from US. This programme aims to improve accuracy of coastal data on the basis of satellite and land-based observations. It also ..

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ISRO to assist Development Projects in Northeast

According to Union Minister Dr. Jitendra Singh, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will assist development projects in Northeast through Space Technology. Key points ISRO will offering optimum utilization of Satellite Imaging and other Space Technology applications. These applications will be used for better accomplishment of infrastructural projects across all eight states in North Eastern Region ..

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ISRO develops 3 Cost-Effective Ventilators

Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has developed three types of cost-effective ventilators and an oxygen concentrator. Highlights 3 ventilators have been named as Prana, VaU and Svasta while oxygen cylinder has been named as Shwaas. All three are user-friendly and fully automated along with touch-screen specifications. It meets all ..

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