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Jubilant at the success of PSLV-C43, Isro centres in Kerala are focussed on the launch of advanced military communication satellite Gsat-7A solely for Indian Air Force strategic purposes on board GSLV –MK II rocket on December 19.

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Can a dead rocket in space be anything but debris? Isro believes it might actually be useful. Feted for its frugality and tech savvy, the Indian Space Research Organisation is working on a new technology where it will use the last stage of the PSLV rocket for space experiments.

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After the heaviest satellite Gsat-11 mission, Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) is gearing up to launch a dedicated communication satellite for the Indian Air Force.

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Japan and India are moving to share satellite data and surveillance technologies, acknowledging the strategic importance of monitoring outer space and the world's oceans.

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Japan and India are moving to share satellite data and surveillance technologies, acknowledging the strategic importance of monitoring outer space and the world's oceans.

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India's heaviest satellite GSAT-11, that will help boost broadband services in the country, was successfully launched by an Arianespace rocket from the French Guiana in the early this morning.

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India’s heaviest satellite, Gsat-11, is set for lift-off on a European Space Agency rocket from French Guiana early on December 5. TOI explains why the satellite can be a game-changer for internet connectivity in the country…

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As Russia and India prepare to collaborate for Gaganyaan, India's man mission to space, its envoy Nikolay Kudashev said Monday the probability of Indian astronauts getting trained in his country are very high.

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India's heaviest communication satellite with high throughput GSAT-11 will be put into orbit by Ariane-5 rocket of Arianespace from French Guiana on December 5, 2018, the Indian space agency said.

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The Indian Space Research Organisation wants to make the ambitious manned mission Gaganyaan "more and more" indigenous by utilising the facilities available in the country, ISRO Chairman K Sivan said here on Thursday.

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