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Foreign, Indian satellite images showed Joshimath sinking
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The NRSC correlated the identified subsidence zone with India's new Cartosat-2S satellite data acquired by Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on January 7 and 10, the former said in a report. The NRSC had, on Thursday, put out a preliminary report on the land subsidence showing that the entire Joshimath may sink.
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ISRO report shows entire Joshimath may sink
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The pictures are taken from the Cartosat-2S satellite. Hyderabad-based NRSC has released the satellite images of areas that are sinking. In images, the entire town, including the Army's helipad and the Narasimha temple, has been marked as sensitive zone. On the basis of ISRO's preliminary report, Uttarakhand government is conducting rescue operation in danger-prone areas and the people in these areas are being shifted to safer places on priority.
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YEAREND INTERVIEW: Chandrayaan-3, Sun Mission & more: Busy 2023 awaits ISRO
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The Indian space agency is looking at couple of major space missions, like the Mission to the Moon (Chandrayaan-3); test flights and unmanned flight of rocket for human space mission Gaganyaan; launch of Aditya L1 satellite or the Sun Mission; the Indo-US joint NISAR satellite launch; launch of 36 OneWeb satellites for a fee; flying for the second time its small rocket; development of new rocket architecture and others.
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ISRO chief promises a booster riding on an eventful 2022
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The space agency transferred its operational assets to NSIL and the latter also selected a consortium to make five PSLV-XL rockets. The private space startups also flew their satellites and rockets during the year under review, S. Somanath, Secretary, Department of Space and Chairman, ISRO told IANS.
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PSLV-XL rocket motor made by industry passes test: ISRO
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The Indian space agency tested the booster motor called PSOM-XL at its rocket port in Sriharikota on Wednesday. According to the ISRO, with this test, the private industry's capability to produce the stage for PSLV has been established. This is the first step in the end-to-end production of PSLV through the industry. The ISRO had transferred the technology to Economic Explosives Ltd, Nagpur in 2019.
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ISRO to launch navigation, Aditya satellites: Chairman
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Speaking to the reporters here, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chairman S. Somanath said the space agency has chalked up plans to fly all its rockets with various satellites in the coming months. The rockets are: Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV), Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mk (GSLV), LVM3 or GSLV MkIII and Small Satellite LaunchVehicle (SSLV). Somanath said next year the commercial arm NewSpace India Ltd (NSIL) has contracted two launches.
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India successfully orbits Indo-French collaborative EOS 6/OCEANSAT
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The process of orbiting eight other nanosatellites piggybacking is underway and officials of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said it would happen smoothly as planned. Speaking to the media after the successful launch of EOS 6, ISRO Chairman and Secretary, Department of Space, S. Somanath, said: "Happy to announce the successful mission. The satellites solar panel has been deployed.
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ISRO to orbit Indo-French satellite, eight others on Saturday
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The piggybacks include satellites from two Indian startups - Syzygy Space Technologies Pvt Ltd, commonly known as Pixxel (Anand-16.51 kg), and Dhruvaspace's two Thybolt satellites - 1.45 kg, Spaceflight USA's Astrosat (four numbers 17.92 kg) and ISRO's INS-2B (18.28 kg).
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'Rocket Boys' at Skyroot have roots in ISRO
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On Friday, Skyroot Aerospace etched its name in the annals of Indian space history by becoming the first domestic private company to develop and fly a rocket. Though there were some who had doubted private companies making rockets, the pedigree of the people at the Skyroot Aerospace proved them wrong.
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India's private sector rocket makes successful beginning with Skyroot's Vikram-S
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Weighing 545 kg, the six-metre-long rocket on a sub-orbital mission carried three payloads from Space Kidz India, Bazoomq Armenia, and N-Space Tech India. The rocket was made with carbon fibre and four 3D printed engines and its single stage was powered by solid fuel. At about 11.30 a.m., Vikram-S flew away from ISRO's sounding rocket launch pad at ISRO's rocket port in Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh.
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