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  • ISRO realigns orbit of Mars mission spacecraft ''Mangalyaan'':-Indian Space Research Organisation has successfully realigned the orbit of its Mars Orbiter Mission 'Mangalyaan' so it is not affected by long-duration eclipse, ISRO Chairman A S Kiran Kumar said....
  • LCA Tejas to take maiden R-Day flight:-After a gap of about two decades, an indigenously developed aircraft will take to the skies on Republic Day with LCA Tejas joining the fleet of 35 aircraft that will be part of an aerial display. ...
  • Clocks 'failed' onboard Europe's navigation satellites: ESA:-The European Space Agency announced on Wednesday there were "failed" clocks onboard some of the 18 navigation satellites it has launched for Galileo, Europe's beleaguered rival to America's GPS. ...
  • IAF chief Dhanoa reviews Indo-Oman air exercise in Jamnagar:-Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa and Commander of Royal Air Force of Oman (RAFO) Matar Ali Matar Al-Obaidani on Wednesday reviewed the progress of the fourth joint exercise between India and Oman. The exercise, called "Eastern Brigade IV", is the fourth in a series of air drills that started in 2009 between the two countries....

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PM gives awards to 8 army officers for innovation

With an aim of encouraging innovation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday presented Certificat...

Mars mission success to encourage R&D, innovation: Industry

India Inc has congratulated ISRO for the extraordinary feat of getting a spacecraft into the Martian...

BrahMos confers "Best Student Award" on young achievers

BrahMos Aerospace on Thursday honoured four student winners with "Best Student Award" for their nove...

BrahMos Aerospace honoured with Innovation Award 2014

BrahMos Aerospace has been bestowed with the "Innovating for a Better Tomorrow Award 2014" by TV-18 ...

LHC succeeds in smashing atomic particles

"We are on the threshold of a new era of science and if we are lucky, within a few months we would b...

Mars atmospheric outbursts due to solar winds

The pressure from solar wind pulses is affecting Mars which is constantly losing part of its atmosph...

Long-duration test of heavy rocket failed: ISRO

The static test was originally targeted for 200 seconds but aborted at around 150 seconds following ...

Scientists restart Large Hadron Collider

The particle collider -- inside a 27-kilometre tunnel straddling the Franco-Swiss border near Geneva...

Astronauts get a first look of the ISS's newest room

Astronauts who went into the module initially wore goggles and masks to protect against floating deb...


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