Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Updates

Sushubh

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Wow. It actually loaded this time around for me!
 

amish

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Great finally they have RSS!! Subscribing!

But its still difficult to find information about satellites.

Like I want to find what is current status of INSAT 4CR.

I believe ISRO claims this as success but reality is something else, and noone uses this satellite.
 


Speedmaster0

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Its for VSAT services. It improves speeds but latency still sucks. NOTHING changes for normal internet users like us. Indian media is junk. They have no clue about what they are writing.
 
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ISRO launches India’s heaviest rocket GSLV Mk III, hopes it can carry humans into space

India successfully launched its heaviest-ever rocket GSLV-Mk III on Monday which it hopes will eventually be able to carry astronauts into space, a feat that only Russia, the United States and China have achieved, space agency ISRO said.

The Indian Space Research Organization said the 43-metre (140-foot) Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mk III rocket lifted off at 5:28 pm from the space launch centre in Sriharikota, an island off the coast of Andhra Pradesh, and placed a communication satellite into orbit.