Seven satellites launched, including four co-passenger satellites (AISAT, NLS 7.1, NLS 7.2 and VELOX-1)
Mars Orbiter Mission spacecraft launched besides GSAT-7, INSAT-3D and IRNSS-1A
GSAT-10, SPOT 6, PROITERES and RISAT-1 launched
Nine satellites launched, including two GSATs
GSAT-5P and GSAT-4 mission unsuccessful.
OCEANSAT-2, four CUBESAT satellites, two RUBIN-9, RISAT-2 and ANUSAT launched.
Moon mission Chandrayaan-1 and 10 satellites launched
Launch of GSLV (GSLV-F04) with INSAT-4CR on board.
The first operational flight of GSLV (GSLV-F01) launches EDUSAT
Operational flight of GSLV-F02 with INSAT-4C unsuccessful
KALPANA-1 and INSAT-3C launched
Second developmental launch of GSLV-D2 with GSAT-2 on board
INSAT-3B, the first satellite in the INSAT-3 series, launched
The first developmental launch of GSLV-D1 with GSAT-1 on board launched
IRS-P4 (OCEANSAT) launched along with Korean KITSAT-3 and German DLR-TUBSAT. INSAT-2E launched from Kourou French Guyana.
INSAT-2D launched, becomes inoperable on October 4.
First operational launch of PSLV with IRS-1D on board.
First developmental launch of PSLV with IRS-1E on board unsuccessful. INSAT-2B launched.
INSAT-2A, the first satellite of the indigenously built second-generation INSAT series, launched
INSAT-1C launched but abandoned in Nov 1989. Second developmental launch of ASLV with SROSS-2 on board unsuccesful. Launch of first operational Indian Remote Sensing satellite, IRS-1A
First developmental launch of ASLV with SROSS-1 satellite on board unsuccessful
Indo-Soviet manned space mission
INSAT-1A launched. Deactivated on September 6
Remote sensing Earth observer satellite Bhaskara-II launched. Experimental geo-stationary communication satellite Apple launched. RS-D1 placed in orbit. First developmental launch of SLV-3.
Second experimental launch of SLV-3, Rohini satellite placed in orbit.
First experimental launch of SLV-3 flops. Bhaskara-I launched
ISRO’s first Indian satellite, Aryabhata, launched
ISRO formed under Department of Atomic Energy
First sounding rocket launched from TERLS.
Indian National Committee for Space Research (INCOSPAR) formed. Work on establishing Thumba Equatorial Rocket Launching Station (TERLS) starts.
- Source: ISRO