Space programme of India Current Affairs, GK & News
The Indian Space Research Organization is preparing itself to launch vehicles of cost Rs 30-35 crores. These vehicles are capable of carrying satellites weighing 500 kg Highlights According to ISRO, it has equipped itself to manufacture these satellite vehicles in around three weeks. ISRO has allocated 1,600 million USD to manufacture these satellite vehicles. Of ..
Category: Science & Technology Current Affairs
Cartosat-3 , an advanced earth imaging and mapping satellite would be launch by ISRO on Nov 25. Cartosat-3 will be launch along with 13 commercial nano satellites from the US. The 1,560 kg satellite will have 13 small U.S. customer satellites riding as secondary passengers. They will be placed in a polar orbit. The satellite ..
Topics: Cartosat • Cartosat-2A • Cartosat-2B • Indian Space Research Organisation • Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle • Satellite imagery • Satish Dhawan Space Centre • Space programme of India • Spacecraft • Spaceflight
In an effort to productively use India’s wastelands, the Union Ministry of Rural development has released with the 5th edition of Wasteland Atlas -2019 that provides State and district wise distribution of different categories of wastelands area in the country and will be helpful in addressing land degradation. This is significant as it also takes ..
Category: Government Schemes Current Affairs
India’s first private Space Science Museum has opened in Hyderabad to mark the Golden Jubilee of the Birla Archaeological and Cultural Research Institute (BACRI). It is a collaborative effort between the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and the B M Birla Science Centre. The ISRO on its part is providing some 65 models of various ..
Topics: Chandrayaan programme • Chandrayaan-1 • Indian Space Research Organisation • K. Radhakrishnan • Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre • Malayali people • Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle • Satish Dhawan Space Centre • Science and technology in India • Space programme of India • Spacecraft • Spaceflight
The Kerala government has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) to support its efforts in promoting Space Technology vertical in the State. The agreement will facilitate VSSC to support the Kerela’s project to set up India’s first state-of-the-art Space Systems Park at Knowledge City in Thiruvanathapuram to attract global ..