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PM Modi launches India’s first private space association
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Tuesday, June 21st, 2016

Countdown on for 19-Satellite Launch from India

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is set to launch a record 20 satellites from Sriharikota on June 22 aboard the PSLV C-34 rocket. India's latest earth observation satellite in the Cartosat-2 series will be onboard along...

Thursday, August 6th, 2015

Rocket Lab Plans to Build a Satellite Launch Site in New Zealand

A small Los Angeles aerospace firm has ambitious plans to become the first commercial company to build and operate its own satellite launch site — in New Zealand. Currently, most rocket launch sites in the United States are...

Monday, December 9th, 2013

Remote Sensing Satellite Lost in Chinese Rocket Failure

A $250 million Earth observation satellite developed by China and Brazil was lost in launch mishap on a Long March 4B rocket early Monday, officials said. The CBERS 3 satellite launched at 0326 GMT Monday (9:26 p.m....

Friday, March 16th, 2012

North Korea’s Plan for Rocket Launch Stirs Regional Concern

North Korea said on Friday it will launch a long-range rocket carrying a "working" satellite to mark the centenary of founder Kim Il-sung's birth next month, sparking condemnation from the United States and others that it was...

Thursday, August 11th, 2011

China to Launch Satellite for Pakistan

China announced on Wednesday it will launch a communications satellite for Pakistan at an "appropriate time" in the coming days. It will be carried by a Long March-3B carrier rocket. Both the satellite and rocket are currently...

Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

Naro Rocket Program ― Major Headache

Nearly a year has passed since Korea Space Launch Vehicle-1 (KSLV-1) exploded moments after take-off and the country’s attempts to join the space-launch industry continues to spin further out of orbit. Korean officials and their Russian technology providers...

Sunday, April 24th, 2011

Russia Reconnect with Lost Satellite

A Rokot light-class carrier rocket carrying with the Geo-IK-2 satellite blasted off February 1 from Russia's Plesetsk launching site, but placed the satellite in an incorrect orbit. After the launch, the Defense Ministry announced it had lost...

Friday, February 25th, 2011

Russia To Launch New Generation Glonass Satellite

A Soyuz booster rocket with the first new generation GLONASS satellite will soar aloft from the Plesetsk cosmodrome on Thursday, Russian news agency, Itar-Tass, reported. "The launch of the medium-class Soyuz 2.1b booster rocket with the Fregat...

Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011

Rocket failure: Russian, Indian Scientists Differ On Cause

The mystery over the mid-air crashing of an Indian rocket in December continues with officials of the Indian space agency and experts from Russia, which supplied the cryogenic engine, differing on the possible cause of the rocket's...

Monday, December 13th, 2010

Surplus Fuel Caused Russia’s Glonass Satellite Loss: Commission

The main cause of the loss of Russia's three Glonass-M satellites was due to human error from fueling the booster rocket with an excess of 1.5-2 tons of fuel, the head of the Russian state commission probing...

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