India’s space programmes are taking giant leaps to the Moon, Mars and beyond.

Our Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has been playing a crucial role in India’s space exploration and has brought glory, fame and recognition to our great nation.

This category INDIA includes latest missions, informed analysis of latest developments, breaking news, reports, novel technology, opinion and commentary from the India’s space programmes.

ISRO has launched the ‘Aditya-L1’ mission on September 2nd after the successful Chandrayaan-3 mission. This mission is all about studying the Sun and marks ISRO’s first foray into space exploration dedicated to this purpose. It’s a big deal and could change how we...

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The Lunar Polar Exploration mission (LUPEX), also known as Chandrayaan-4, is an ISRO’s and JAXA’s robotic lunar mission concept. So, the mission would send a lunar rover and lander to explore and click photos of the Moon’s south pole region. Surprisingly, the mission will get...

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NASA and ISRO are currently working on the development of NISAR (NASA-ISRO Synthetic Aperture Radar), which is a visionary satellite that will detect the surface motions of the Earth. The satellite will be launched into a near-polar orbit in 2022 from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in...

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The Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) commonly known as Mangalyaan, has been in orbit around Mars since September 24, 2014. It was India’s first successful interplanetary journey, crossing the Earth’s orbit. The initial life of the Mangalyaan was only six months, but the Mangalyaan...

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ISRO has been successful in many major missions such as Chandrayaan and Mangalyaan, and now, the agency is planning on another visionary mission. The mission is named ‘Gaganyaan.’ Let’s take a look at it! The Gaganyaan The Gaganyaan Programme foresees undertaking the demonstration of...

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Chandrayaan III When Chandrayaan II was launched in 2019, the goal was to send a robotic rover over the moon’s surface to collect data. However, Chandrayaan II veered from its intended path and was unable to land softly. Chandrayan III is scheduled to launch in 2022 to complete the...

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