PSLV-C54

PSLV-C54 mission: India successfully launches the PSLV-C54 mission with nine satellites into space

From the first launch pad at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Andhra Pradesh’s Sriharikota, the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C54) of the Indian Space Research Organization successfully launched nine satellites into orbit on Saturday, including eight nanosatellites. The Earth Observation Satellite-6, commonly known as Oceansat-3, was the primary satellite of the 44.4-meter rocket, which […]

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NASA's Orion Spacecraft

NASA’s Orion Spacecraft Enters Lunar Orbit a Week After Artemis I Launch

According to officials, NASA’s Orion spacecraft successfully completed the long-delayed Moon mission on Friday and was deployed into lunar orbit. Flight controllers “successfully completed a burn to place NASA’s Orion Spacecraft into a distant retrograde orbit,” the US space agency said on its website, just over a week after the spacecraft launched from Florida headed […]

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PSLV

PSLV to Launch Pixxel’s Hyperspectral Imaging Satellite Anand on November 26

Pixxel, a space tech firm, will launch its third hyperspectral satellite, Anand, on Saturday from Sriharikota using ISRO’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV). Anand is a hyperspectral microsatellite that weighs less than 15 kg and has more than 150 wavelengths, allowing it to take more detailed pictures of the earth than the current non-hyperspectral satellites, […]

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Gaganyaan

Gaganyaan: ISRO tests parachutes that will bring Indian astronauts to Earth from space

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has finished a significant Gaganyaan mission development test a day after successfully launching India’s first privately built rocket. India’s first manned space mission, Gaganyaan, is scheduled to launch the following year. The “Integrated Main Parachute Airdrop Test (IMAT)” of the crew module deceleration system was carried out by the […]

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