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European Space Agency Seeks More Tie Ups with ISRO

ISRO launched its PSLV C-37 at 9:28 as scheduled with precision and successfully enroute to loft them in their respective orbits. (ISRO)

The European Space Agency, which had collaborated with ISRO during the Chandrayaan I mission, said it would collaborate more with the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) for future space missions, close on the heels of ISRO’s successful launch of historic 104 satellites, in one go, last week. ESA’s Senior Scientific Advisor Mark McCaughrean, told Indian media, “ESA plans further collaboration ...

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ISS Reporter-Astronaut Scott Kelly Returns to Earth, Sets New Record Stay in Space

NASA astronaut Scott Kelly returned to Earth today along with his Russian counterpart Cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko aftr 340 days aboard the International Space Station that had elicited enormous interest in space watch from above and the way night lights ignite new visions of our planet. The astronauts returned by a Soyuz TMA-18M spacecraft that landed in Kazakhstan at 11:26 pm ...

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NASA Recruiting Mars-Bound astronauts From Today, 65 Days Left

Looking for a job on Mars? Here is a way! US space agency NASA has announced for applications from prospective astronauts for its ambitious space missions, beginning with the International Space Station stay to Mars exploration mission two decades later. Qualifying U.S. citizens may apply at: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/423817000 Starting from today, December 15, 2015, the application can be made online at the ...

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ISS Crew of Expedition 42 Return Safely after 6 Months Stay

After spending 6 months onboard International Space Station (ISS), three astronauts returned home safely today, rich with experience and data collected from their space experiments. The NASA Expedition’s crew returned after a 167-day mission at the ISS that included several scientific experiments and spacewalks to prepare the ISS for future arrivals by the US commercial space vehicles. The crew included ...

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Mangalyaan Successful, Makes India Join US, Russia, Europe in Mars Orbiters’ Club; What Next?

It was almost a decade-long plan that proved cheerful to the whole nation on Wednesday morning coinciding with the sun rise in Bangalore when India’s Mangalyaan Mission entered the Mars’ surface to begin its elliptical orbit of the Red Planet. With this, the 300 and odd days of MOM journey comes to an end bringing relief for the cross-fingered scientists ...

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