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  • NASA's Juno successfully completes Jupiter flyby:-NASA's Juno mission on Sunday successfully executed its first of 36 orbital flybys of Jupiter....
  • ISRO tests Scramjet Rocket engine:-The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Sunday successfully test-fired its Scramjet Rocket Engine, which will use oxygen from the atmosphere thereby reducing launch cost, from the spaceport of Sriharikota....
  • Arunachal requests Centre to allow civilian use of ALGs:-Chief Minister Pema Khandu who is presently in New Delhi and during a meeting with Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Friday, he requested him that the ALGs in the state which are national assets must be optimally utilised for larger good, an official communique said....
  • NASA's Juno to soar closest to Jupiter:-The Aug. 27 flyby will be the first time Juno will have its entire suite of science instruments activated and looking at the giant planet as the spacecraft zooms past....
  • ISRO tests Scramjet Rocket engine

    The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Sunday successfully test-fired its Scramjet Rocket Engine, which will use oxygen from the atmosphere thereby reducing launch cost, from the spaceport of Sriharikota.

  • INS Kalvari to hit waters for final trial in September

    Kalvari, Indian Navy's first indigenous Scorpene-class stealth submarine, will hit the waters again in September for its final phase of sea trials ahead of its planned induction by the end of this year.

  • 'India marching towards self-reliance in missile system'

    India is steadfastly marching towards complete self-reliance in missile systems and technologies, Scientific Advisor to the Defence Minister G Satheesh Reddy has said.

  • India, US to sign key logistics agreement

    India and the US are likely to sign a key logistics agreement later this month which will enable both the countries to use each other's assets and bases for repair and replenishment of supplies.

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