On May 16, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced a ground-breaking initiative by opening up space and atomic energy to private players, referring to them as “fellow travellers”.
As Elon Musk-run SpaceX sent two NASA astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) onboard the reusable Falcon 9 rocket, the US space agency on Sunday said the mission is an important step to expand . . .
Indian space tech startup company, Vestaspace Technology, is planning to launch a constellation of over 35 satellites across India in a bid to build 5G network connections and IoT functionalities across various industries.
Despite the setback caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and schedules being affected, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has continued to slowly pursue its two ambitious missions . . .
The COVID-19 has put brakes on the ongoing preparations for India’s manned space mission Gaganyaan.
‘Space’ has taken centre-stage once again; a spot that it had occupied during the days of Chandrayaan-2, with the Finance Minister Nirmala Sitaraman opening the doors for private sector participation in all space activities.
Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) has received a patent for its method of manufacturing highland lunar soil simulant.
India's space agency will tap startups to develop food and medicines for astronauts, better tools to access machines in a spacecraft and green engines for its maiden humanspace flight Gaganyaan-1.
The US Air Force on Sunday successfully launched its high-tech drone X-37B, placing the reusable vehicle into orbit for its sixth secretive mission in space.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s announcements to help the private sector collaborate with the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) are the “single biggest reform in India’s space program,"
India has made major strides in the field of space exploration after ISRO’s history making conquests.
The launch date of Chandrayaan-3, India’s ambitious mission to complete the nation’s first lunar landing is likely to be delayed due to COVID-19.
The training in Russia of the four Indian Air Force pilots for the first human space mission of India has reportedly been put off due to the closure by Covid-19.
The Indian Space Agency will conduct a series of tests to validate the design and construction of the missile and orbital module system for the country’s prestigious space program, Gaganyaan, a senior official said.