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India has done a better job than China in promoting satellite launch technology, which could prompt Beijing to fast-track commercialisation of its rocket launches to vie for the world's small satellite launch market, Chinese officials said on Monday.

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ISRO chairman AS Kiran Kumar on Monday said the country has the capability to set up a space station, but it needed a long-term approach and an ambitious planning.

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China is clinically analysing the successful and cost-effective launch of 104 satellites in one go by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), as well as the outcome of the Aero-India show, with some media reports acknowledging that New Delhi may out-compete Beijing in the commercial space-launch business.

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Days after Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) successfully launched 104 satellites on a single rocket, Chinese state media lauded India for its achievement saying that Beijing could learn a 'number of lessons' from its neighbouring country.

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While the European Space Agency (ESA)'s Gaia satellite mission is on its multi-dimensional space probe, mapping a billion stars in our Milky Way Galaxy, ESA's Senior Scientific Advisor Mark McCaughrean reveals ESA's plan for further collaboration with ISRO in space missions.

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India's space agency certainly seems to be on a trajectory to amaze. After stealing the headlines worldwide this week for launching 104 satellites with a single rocket, the Indian Space Research Organisation or ISRO has successful tested the country's largest cryogenic engine for a full 10 minutes.

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Elon Musk, founder of SpaceX, yesterday praised the Indian Space Research Organisation's record-breaking feat of launching 104 satellites on a single rocket.

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India can look forward to the moon to fulfil its energy requirements, to go by the words of ISRO scientist.Sivathanu Pillai, a distinguished professor at the ISRO, said with conviction on Saturday the country would meet its energy requirements by 2030 through Helium-3 mined from the moon.

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India may be able to meet all its energy requirements from resources from Moon by 2030, according to Dr Sivathanu Pillai, Distinguished Professor of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) which recently launched a record 104 satellites in through a single launch.

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The world looked on in awe as ISRO or the Indian Space Research Agency launched 104 satellites in space on Wednesday. The record-setting mission by the Indian space agency took years of work and all the effort has paid off.

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