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  • Aero India 2015:-Asia's Premier Air show - Aero India - will be held from 18 to 22 February 2015 at the Yelahanka Air Force Station, Bangalore, India....
  • Orion spacecraft complete; readies for first exploration flight in Dec:-NASA's new Orion space capsule, designed to ferry astronauts on deep space missions, has undergone final assembly and testing and is being readied for its first unmanned Exploration Flight Test on December 4....
  • Mars orbiter crossed comet hurdle: ISRO:-After the Mars orbiter spacecraft's successful encounter with comet Siding Spring last week, a major hurdle was over and the satellite is now in a normal phase of the mission to proceed with other experiments, ISRO said....
  • Negotiations moving in right direction: France on Rafale deal:-France on Wednesday voiced satisfaction over the ongoing negotiations for the finalisation of the multi-billion dollar contract for the 126 medium multi- role combat aircraft (MMRCA), saying it was moving in the "right direction"....
  • Negotiations moving in right direction: France on Rafale deal

    France on Wednesday voiced satisfaction over the ongoing negotiations for the finalisation of the multi-billion dollar contract for the 126 medium multi- role combat aircraft (MMRCA), saying it was moving in the "right direction".

  • Russia successfully test-fires new Navy missile

    The Russian Navy has successfully test-fired a new intercontinental ballistic missile, proving its reliability after a long and troublesome development.

  • India, Russia to export BRAHMOS

    The governments of India and Russia have agreed that BRAHMOS missile will be exported to a list of mutually agreeable countries for defensive purposes.

  • BRAHMOS Mini planned for Navy, Air Force

    A new, lighter version of the supersonic cruise missile BRAHMOS called BRAHMOS-M (Mini) weighing around 1.5 tonnes is being planned for use by the Navy and the Air Force. "BrahMos Aerospace is currently getting the user requirements to finalise the configuration," says Sudhir Kumar Mishra, CEO and MD of BrahMos Aerospace (BA).

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India's Maiden Tryst with Mars India has created a historical moment in its quest to explore the 'final frontier' Space, successfully manoeuvring 'Mangalyaan' through a complicated interplanetary journey into the Mars orbit, and achieving a technological feat! While Probes to Mars have a high failure rate India has become the first country to taste success on its maiden venture to the Red Planet. This accomplishment is an enormous leap in displaying the country's prowess in developing such technology.

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