India space program: Rocket launches, missions and news
India's space program is making giant leaps to the moon, Mars and beyond. See the latest missions, videos and news from the Indian Space Research Organisation here.
India successfully launched its powerful new INSAT-3DS weather and disaster-warning spacecraft to orbit on Saturday morning (Feb. 17).
India sent its XPoSat X-ray observatory into orbit on New Year's Day to study black holes, supernovae and other cosmic phenomena.
India is setting long-term goals that could see the country establish its own moon base before 2050.
The spacecraft that ferried India's Chandrayaan-3 lander-rover duo to the moon has returned home to Earth orbit.
India plans to bring moon samples back to Earth later in the 2020s with its Chandrayaan-4 mission.
India's newly launched Aditya-L1 sun-studying mission has already captured its first glimpse of a solar flare in high-energy X-rays.
Photos taken from lunar orbit show India's Chandrayaan-3 moon landing produced "ejecta halo," a huge ring-shaped plume of moon dust that the Vikram lander's thrusters left in the lunar soil.
NASA and the Indian Space Research Organisation are putting the finishing touches on the NISAR satellite, which will launch in 2024 to track how Earth's surface changes over time.
A new video shows you the historic Oct. 21 test flight of India's new crew capsule from the spacecraft's perspective.
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