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Aerospace firm Ananth Technologies has signed deals to build six foreign-owned satellites in India, a first by a private firm as it taps the country's low-cost base to make satellites for global customers.

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The four Indian pilots chosen as candidate-astronauts on Monday began their 12-month training at the Gagarin Research and Test Cosmonaut Training Centre (GCTC) in Moscow, Russian space business company Glavkosmos has announced.

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Topping the agenda of talks between India and the US leaders later this month will be potential space defence cooperation as well as deeper cooperation between Indian Space Research Organisation and the American Space Agency NASA.

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The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) is readying low-cost satellite launch vehicles costing about Rs 30-35 crore each, which can put into orbit satellites weighing 500 kg.

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Kleos Space (ASX: KSS) has received authorisation to ship its four Scouting Mission satellites to the integration and launch site on 11 February in preparation for launch.

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India plans to replace more than 10 communication satellites over the next few years as they near the end of their life in orbit, the country’s space agency chairman told ET.

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Months after the Chandrayaan 2 Vikram moon lander failed to make its intended soft-landing, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has reportedly begun work on a second attempt, with India's third moon mission, Chandrayaan 3.

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The French national space agency National Centre for Space Studies (CNES), which is collaborating with the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) in the Gaganyaan project, will also partner with the latter in the development of India’s planned space station.

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India’s space agency has set up a two-member team to study the technologies needed to send a human mission to the moon, people familiar with the development said. This will be an extension of its human spaceflight programme Gaganyaan.

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India's manned mission aims to take one or more astronauts into space, up to a distance of 400 kilometres away from the earth, and could be orbiting the earth five to seven days.

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ISRO chairman K Sivan on Wednesday called for collaborations both in the human space missions and beyond at the three-day international conference organised by the international academy of astronautics.

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Even before orbiting astronauts on India's first manned mission to space in December 2021, the Indian Space Research Organisation will send 'Vyomamitra,' a lady robot, in unmanned Gaganyaan spacecraft.

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France will train Indian flight surgeons to enable them to monitor the health of astronauts selected for the ambitious human space mission Gaganyaan, officials said on Tuesday.

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The ISRO said it has successfully completed the three orbit raising manoeuvres of communication satellite GSAT-30 on Monday, which was launched on January 17 onboard Ariane 5 rocket from French Guiana.

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Imagine while walking home, unbeknownst to you, a camera on a satellite orbiting more than 500 kilometers above the earth, clicks images of precisely what you’re carrying in your hands.

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