NEW DELHI: The launch vehicle of the famed Chandrayaan-3 that made its soft landing on the moon’s south polar surface, reportedly entered the Earth’s atmosphere on Wednesday. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has predicted that the upper stage will make a deep dive into the Pacific Ocean. “The cryogenic upper stage of the LVM3 […]
Should they awaken in optimal condition, the lander and rover could continue operations for at least another 14 Earth days.
Renowned ISRO icon, Nambi Narayanan, offers his perspective on India’s space achievements, praising Prime Minister Modi for his leadership in the Chandrayaan mission. Narayanan also dismisses allegations of salary delays, shedding light on the remarkable strides made by ISRO under Modi’s guidance.
In Chandrayaan3, over 100 women played a crucial part in all stages of the mission, including coming up with ideas, designing, making it a reality, testing, and making it happen. Leading the charge were several brilliant women scientists who have made significant contributions to India’s space program. Vanitha Muthayya and Ritu Karidhal, who led Chandrayaan-2, […]
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With Kumkum on the forehead, Mangalsutra in the necks, wearing Sarees, and Kangans on their wrists are ISRO scientists celebrating after Chandrayaan3Landing on the Moon
Three boys and a girl, who were born in the Kendrapara district hospital in Odisha on Wednesday were given their names – Chandrayaan
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The new Indian brings you exclusive coverage of India’s Moon mission from ISRO’s headquarters in Bengaluru. The LANDER is set to descend from the height of 25km around 6:04 PM IST. Vikram, the lander, along with the rover Pragyan, is poised to touch down near the Moon’s south pole, marking India as the fourth country […]
ISRO HQ (BENGALURU): Gazing at the final countdown for the Vikram lander from 150 m to 30 m, sixty year-old triumphant Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) director S Somanath looked in control – of his emotions – much like the Chandrayaan 3 that was descending in front of him, 3.84 lakh km away. The unflappable, […]