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U.S. Air Force’s new radar system plays a vital role as space becomes more congested and contested with satellites and orbital debris, according to the news release put out by Lockheed Martin.

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The two countries signed a joint statement on Wednesday only a month after Pakistan accused India of weaponising space, as Indian defence scientists successfully destroyed a target satellite 186 miles above the Earth’s surface on 26 March.

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India just launched its newest ‘eye in the sky’ at 5:30am today morning. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chief, K Sivan, confirmed that the rocket will take off as scheduled in the morning after which the space agency announced the successful placement of the RISAT-2B in orbit.

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India launched a new "spy satellite" capable of keeping a lookout from space even in cloudy conditions, leaving no room for doubt the next time its armed forces conduct an operation such as the Balakot air strike earlier this year.

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The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is all set for yet another mission when it will launch RISAT-2B, a radar imaging earth observation satellite using its workhorse launch vehicle PSLV-C46 from SHAR Range Sriharikota, about 80 km from here, on May 22.

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Six years after courting Mars, India has planned seven scientific missions in the next 10 years, including a date with Venus in 2023.

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ISRO Chairman Dr K Sivan said there will be space shuttle in space in the near future similar to the one being run by the NASA and they had conducted the RLV-TD experiment two years ago.

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Soon after it successfully carried out an anti-satellite test, India is setting up its military space agency headquartered at Bengaluru with the ace fighter pilot Air Vice Marshal SP Dharkar as its likely head.

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The countdown for ISRO Chandrayaan 2, the lunar mission that every Indian is waiting for, has begun. With less than two months left to go for the ISRO Chandrayaan 2, the Indian Space Research Organisation is revealing insights into the lunar mission on a regular basis.

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Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will be launching the 48th mission of the PSLV series — PSLV-C46 on 22 May 2019. The space rocket will be carrying an earth observation satellite RISAT-2B in the PSLV-Core Alone rocket's fourth stage.

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