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  • Coast Guard ship recovers ISRO's crew module from sea :-Few hours after ISRO successfully launched the GSLV Mk III rocket from Sriharikota, which separated an unmanned crew module at an altitude of around 126 km, an Indian Coast Guard ship has recovered the three-tonne weighing module after it safely splahed down in the waters of Bay of Bengal off Andaman and Nicobar Islands....
  • Cryogenic engine for GSLV Mk-III in 2 years: ISRO:-The cryogenic engine for the latest GSLV Mark III rocket capable of carrying heavier payloads upto four tonnes, is expected to be ready within two years, ISRO Chairman K Radhakrishnan has said even as India has successfully launched its heaviest space rocket GSLV Mk-III with an unmanned space crew module....
  • NASA's Curiosity rover detects organic matter on Mars :-Martian rover Curiosity has made the first definitive detection of organic molecules, the building blocks of all known forms of terrestrial life, on the surface of the Red Planet....
  • Tata Motors developing vehicles for defence sector :-India's leading auto manufacturer Tata Motors is in the process of developing vehicles for the defence sector, which are capable of carrying weapons, a company official has said....
  • Coast Guard ship recovers ISRO's crew module from sea

    Few hours after ISRO successfully launched the GSLV Mk III rocket from Sriharikota, which separated an unmanned crew module at an altitude of around 126 km, an Indian Coast Guard ship has recovered the three-tonne weighing module after it safely splahed down in the waters of Bay of Bengal off Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

  • Cryogenic engine for GSLV Mk-III in 2 years: ISRO

    The cryogenic engine for the latest GSLV Mark III rocket capable of carrying heavier payloads upto four tonnes, is expected to be ready within two years, ISRO Chairman K Radhakrishnan has said even as India has successfully launched its heaviest space rocket GSLV Mk-III with an unmanned space crew module.

  • India inches a step closer towards manned space mission; Successfully tests crew module

    Taking its baby steps towards realising India's ambition to send humans into space, ISRO has successfully tested the atmospheric re-entry of a crew module after its heaviest launch vehicle GSLV Mk-III blasted off from Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh.

  • Defence acquisition proposals worth Rs 4,444 cr cleared

    The Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) has approved proposals worth Rs 4,444 crore, including the purchase of four helicopters for survey vessels at Rs 2,324 crore, but deferrred a decision on a joint bid of Tata Sons Ltd and Airbus for replacing the Indian Air Force's Avro transport aircraft fleet.

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