ISRO

PSLV-C28/DMC3 Mission - Video

ISRO to launch five UK satellites

MoS Launches 'Sakaar' App

Dr Jitendra Singh launched an Augmented Reality (AR) application named ‘Sakaar’ developed by DECU, ISRO

IRNSS-1D Launched Successfully

4th satellite to join the IRNSS constellation.

Chairman, ISRO -A S Kiran Kumar

A S Kiran Kumar takes over as Secretary, Department of Space, Chairman, Space Commission and Chairman, ISRO

LVM3-X / CARE

First experimental flight of India's latest generation Launch Vehicle

GSAT-16

Twenty fourth geostationary communication satellite of India

Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) is designed to launch 2.0 ton class of satellites into Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit (GTO).  The three stage GSLV adopts the flight-proven solid and liquid stages of ISRO’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) and a cryogenic upper stage. The first stage comprises a solid propellant core motor and four liquid propellant strap-ons.  The second stage is powered by a single liquid propellant engine.  The third stage is a Cryogenic Stage with 12 tons of propellant loading.

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