Launched at Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh, the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) C- 37 rocket carried a total of 104 satellites which is the highest till now. By taking a big leap, India has broken Russia's world record of launching 37 satellites. USA stands 3rd with the 29 satellites that were launched by NASA. Image Source: … Continue reading 11 Facts about ISRO’s World Record
Gearing up to set a new world record by attempting a mega event of launching a record number of 104 satellites into space in a single space mission. Yes, you read it right, not one, two or three, exactly 104 satellites. The government's keenness in developing the country's premier space agency can clearly be seen … Continue reading Next Stop Mars & Venus!
ISRO successfully tested high-thrust Cryogenic Engine CE-20 (launched on 19 February 2016) Image Credits www.newsx.com The high-thrust cryogenic engine CE-20 was successfully tested at ISRO’s Propulsion Research Centre in Mahendragiri, Tamil Nadu. The successful hotbed test lasted 640 seconds and paved the way for the first developmental flight of the GSLV Mark 3 in December 2016. … Continue reading List of satellites/missions launched by ISRO in 2016.
Sir, I am a practising Chartered Accountant, aged 28, in Surat and I was hoping you would support the notification for demonetization of currency and was very eager for your reaction. Since your entry into politics you have supported every small move to reduce black money and corruption and, this was indeed a very big … Continue reading Demonetisation issue: An open letter to Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal
Highest into Circulation The 2000-rupee note will be the highest denomination to come into circulation 2. Mahatma Gandhi Series The Reserve Bank of India is introducing new design banknotes in the denomination of Rs 2000 as part of Mahatma Gandhi (New) Series 3.Image of the Mangalyaan to celebrate India's Mars mission The new denomination has motif … Continue reading Quick Facts About 2000 Rupee Note
It’s time to move away from the navigation systems lGPS, GLONASS and Galileo as all of them are controlled by other nations and more importantly why to use them when we have our own desi navigation system — the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System or IRNSS on our mobile phones. Here are some more reasons … Continue reading 10 Things About NAVIC: India’s Eye In The Sky
As the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has reached another milestone with the launch of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV)-C35. This innovative and successful mission has made every Indian and India proud worldwide. Here are some quick facts about this successful mission, read them and celebrate this joyous moment... 1) Satellites in two different orbits … Continue reading 10 Facts About ISRO’s Dual Orbit Satellite Mission