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.
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.
India's largest rocket lost control and erupted in a fireball Saturday, dealing another blow to the country's space program after back-to-back failures of the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle.
A faulty turbopump has been identified as the cause of an April rocket crash in India, but engineers are still unsure why the hardware broke down in the first place.
India has successfully launched a small suborbital rocket filled with student-built experiments as part of an Indian space agency program to test designs for future rocket payloads.
India’s space program suffered a major setback Thursday when the maiden flight of a rocket outfitted with the nation’s first home-built cryogenic upper stage veered off course.
India's Parliament has increased the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) budget for 2010 by about 38 percent over last year.
A new spacecraft dedicated to studying the Earth's oceans was shot into orbit aboard an Indian rocket early Wednesday.
India has begun development of lasers and an exo-atmospheric kill vehicle that could be combined to produce a weapon to destroy enemy satellites in orbit.
India’s Chandrayaan-1 lunar orbiter mission ended more than a year prematurely Saturday after an abrupt malfunction.