Indian Space Research Organisation

India’s XPoSat: Milestone in Space Exploration

XPoSat is India’s first dedicated polarimetry mission and only the second in the world after NASA’s Imaging X-Ray Polarimetry Explorer mission launched in December 2021.

ISRO launches rocket to study black hole, becomes second after NASA to do it

KOLKATA : In a significant leap towards unravelling the mysteries of the cosmos, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) successfully launched its X-ray Polarimeter Satellite, Xposat, on Monday. This landmark mission marks India as the second country, after NASA, to embark on a dedicated endeavour to study black holes. “PSLV-C58 vehicle placed the satellite precisely […]

EXC| Space station, manned moon, Mars missions in pipeline: ISpA chief

NEW DELHI: The Indian Space Conclave 2023, orchestrated by the Indian Space Association (ISpA), has commenced its second edition with a mission to elevate collaboration, stimulate innovation, and nurture strategic alliances within the swiftly evolving space sector. Unfolding from October 9 to 11, this three-day event attracted prominent figures from both the British and French […]

Indian Space Conclave 2023 spurs collaboration between India and France

NEW DELHI: The Indian Space Conclave 2023, organised by the Indian Space Association (ISpA), has opened its doors for its second edition, aiming to deepen collaboration, spur innovation, and foster strategic partnerships in the burgeoning space sector. Running from October 9 to 11, this three-day event has attracted prominent figures from the Indian and French […]

INTERVIEW: Nambi Narayan debunks Congress’ claim of salary delays in ISRO

Opposition Congress had claimed that ISRO scientists had not received salaries for the last 17 months

ISRO tech to help combat ragging in Bengal universities

ISRO will deploy appropriate technologies to prevent ragging

Mahadev bhakt Modi names Chandrayaan landing site ‘Shiv Shakti Point’

August 23, the date of Chandrayaan-3's landing on the moon, will be celebrated as National Space Day

WATCH | Chandrayaan-2’s Failure made Chandrayaan-3 Possible, said K. Sivan to The New Indian

In an exclusive interview with The New Indian, K. Sivan, former chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), revealed that the lessons learned from the failure of Chandrayaan-2 paved the way for the development of Chandrayaan-3. The setback turned into an opportunity, driving ISRO’s commitment to success and pushing forward the next lunar exploration […]

India’s moon success belongs to humanity: PM Modi

India’s success shows such stellar achievements are in well within the grasp of the countries of the Global South