Tag Archives: Space agency

ISRO to Open Space Park in Bengaluru Next Month, Second One at Sriharikota in Pipeline

Indian Space Research Organisation is all set to open a 100-acre Space Park in Bangalore for the private industry to set up manufacturing base of space satellites and sub-systems required for burgeoning space business, while another is being planned near sriharikota, to be in the vicinity of India’s prime Spaceport in Andhra Pradesh. Speaking at the 103rd Indian Science Congress ...

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Bad Weather: Japan’s Hayabusa-2 Launch Delayed, Likely to Launch on December 1

The bad weather caused the space agency of Japan to delay the Saturday launch of Hayabusa-2 spacecraft, which was set to land on a carbon-rich asteroid named 1999 JU3, on Saturday. The launch can now be expected on December 1. Scheduled to lift off from the Tanegashima Space Centre in Japan, Hayabusa-2’s target is a 900-metre-long space rock that is ...

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Public, Private Sectors in India to Make Satellites, Rockets for 5 Years

The Indian industry which is comprised of private and public sectors will be given permission to make communication satellites as well as to build rockets over the next five years, said a top space agency official on Wednesday. "We want the private sector and the public sector (state-run enterprises) to bring out launch vehicles (rockets) and operational communication satellites along ...

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