Latest Indian Space Research Organisation Stories
India wants to be a part of all the recent Martian-craze and therefore has announced that it has plans to launch a space probe to orbit the Red Planet in November 2013.
Orbiting solar power plants that harness the sun’s energy from space and beam it to Earth could be economically viable within three decades based on technologies currently being tested.
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has successfully launched a monsoon and climate change research satellite from a facility in the southern part of the country.
Singapore's first indigenous micro-satellite, X-SAT, lifted off on board India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle PSLV-C16 at 10.12am Indian Standard Time (12.42pm, Singapore time) on 20 April 2011.
An Indian space rocket carrying an advanced communications satellite exploded in smoke and fire just seconds after lifting off from a launch pad at the Sriharikota space center in Andhra Pradesh state, about 50 miles from the city of Chennai.
The Hylas-1 telecommunications satellite has arrived at Europeâ€™s Spaceport in French Guiana.
Following extensive testing in India, the Hylas-1 telecommunication satellite has been given the go-ahead for shipping to Europeâ€™s Spaceport in French Guiana for its November flight.
The completion of important tests on the Hylas telecommunications satellite has brought it a step closer to launch late this year.
Indian space engineers who launched a rocket with new booster technology on Thursday lost contact with it soon after lift-off, causing a major blow to the countryâ€™s ambitions of space exploration.
India is planning to launch a new, advanced communications satellite into orbit using a vehicle powered by a cryogenic engine developed by homegrown scientists.