Bellatrix Aerospac has patented a satellite propulsion thruster that it claims is more efficient than traditional ones and will make space missions cheaper.
A successful launch of the GSLV MKIII, which can carry payloads up to 4,000kg into GTO, will give India the ability to launch heftier satellites on its own.
On this day, 56 years ago, Yuri Gagarin became the first human to set foot in space. From then to now, our space fantasies have come a long way.
Former Isro chairman U R Rao says it will be the electronics story all over again if India doesn’t take risks and make investments in space.
ISRO’s world record-beating launch of 104 satellites last week may not be enough to win the hyper-competitive launch services market.