Orbit Determination results from fourth LAM firing are : apogee X perigee height was changed to 35811 km,35211 km,Inclination is 5.1 deg. Orbital period now is 23 hr 42 min 04 sec
(May 03, 2016)

Source : http://isro.gov.in/

India and France jointly released a set of two commemorative postage stamps, highlighting 50 years of space co-operation between the two countries
(May 03, 2016)

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The fourth and the final LAM firing of IRNSS-1G, for 231sec has been successfully completed on 03.05.2016 starting from 01:27hr IST
(May 03, 2016)

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Orbit Determination results from the third LAM firing are: apogee X perigee height was changed to 35813km, 29050km, Inclination is 5.72deg. Orbital period now is 21hr 08m 09sec
(May 02, 2016)

Source : http://isro.gov.in/

PSLV-C32 - Message from President
(Mar 16, 2016)

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IRNSS 1F UPDATE: Orbit Determination results from fourth LAM firing
(Mar 15, 2016)

Source : http://isro.gov.in/

IRNSS 1F UPDATE: Fourth LAM firing of IRNSS-1F, for 78.8 sec has been successfully completed on 14.3.2016 starting from 11:42:44 hr (IST).
(Mar 14, 2016)

Source : http://isro.gov.in/

IRNSS 1F UPDATE:Orbit Determination results from the third LAM firing
(Mar 14, 2016)

Source : http://isro.gov.in/

IRNSS Signal-in-Space Interface Control Document released for public
(Sep 19, 2014 )

Source : http://isro.gov.in/

Mars Orbit Insertion (MOI) of Mars Orbiter Spacecraft scheduled on Sep 24, 2014 early morning
(Sep 15, 2014 )

Source : http://isro.gov.in/

TCM-2 of Mars Orbiter Mission completed successfully
(Jun 12, 2014 )

Source : http://isro.gov.in/

IRNSS-1B satellite successfully placed in orbit
(Apr 23, 2014 )

Source : http://isro.gov.in/

 
India has made major strides in space research, development and its application for the socio-economic upliftment. The main focus of the Bengaluru Space Expo 2016 is to showcase the latest technological advancements, related products and technical services. It will provide a platform for space agencies, specialists, entrepreneurs and space industry heavyweights to display their visions to the decision makers.

The Expo would facilitate joint venture, technology transfer, marketing arrangements and will also provide opportunities to network with the who’s who of Space Industry from all over the world. The Exhibition would also be showcasing Asia’s achievements and prospects for space sector. India has made major strides in space research, development and its application for the socio-economic upliftment.
 
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