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 launched its second navigation spacecraft aboard a Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle on April 4, 2014. See photos of the amazing satellite launch in this Space.com gallery.
India's Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle put a 2.1-ton communications satellite in orbit this month, boosting prospects for the medium-class launcher after a spate of mishaps in recent years.
The Indian Space Research Organisation's GSLV-D5 rocket successfully launched GSAT-14 satellite from SDSC SHAR, Sriharikota, India on Jan. 5, 2014. See photo of the launch here.
India's first robotic Mars probe set sail for the Red Planet Saturday with a vital rocket burn to catapult the spacecraft out of the realm of Earth's gravity and into interplanetary space.
A week into its mission, India's Mars probe overcame a bout of engine trouble Monday with an unplanned maneuver to boost its orbit after a rocket firing failed to do its job Sunday.
NASA's Deep Space Network will support India's first Mars orbiter mission launching later this year.
The asteroid-tracking NEOSSat and BRITE nanosatellite telescopes were just some of the seven satellites launched Monday (Feb. 25).
Europe's workhorse rocket, the Ariane 5, launched two satellites into orbit in a smooth pre-sunset launch.
Indian rocket engineers have traced the source of a failed rocket launch on Dec. 25 to a faulty cable that snapped during liftoff, officials say.