According to ISRO, the instrument has successfully measured solar wind ions, primarily protons and alpha particles.
Joseph said India has plans to have a man on the Moon by 2040, which will be a stepping stone in Indian space history. This will also see a huge investment from private companies in the space sector.
To discuss this, a high-level delegation of NASA, led by its administrator and US astronaut Bill Nelson called on science & technology and space minister Dr Jitendra Singh on Tuesday.
Dhadwal said, “Carbon dioxide is getting released into the atmosphere in large quantities. There is indiscriminate use of fossil fuels. Change in land use, forest destruction, nitrogen pollution."
The X-ray polarimetry method used by Indian scientists has opened up new dimensions to investigate and understand the nature of astrophysical black hole sources.
The re-entry event occurred at 14:42 IST on Wednesday and the probable impact point was predicted over the North Pacific Ocean.
The mission, which has three-year duration, aims to survey all of Earth's land and ice-covered surfaces every 12 days. This will start after a 90-day satellite commissioning period.
Veeramuthuvel said that he initially thought of distributing the award money to the team members of Chandrayaan-3.
Sriram acknowledged that NASA had technically assisted ISRO in its first two moon missions. However, Chandrayaan-3 was purely an “indigenous effort”, he said.
In the detailed memoir that delves deep into his life in the space organisation, Somanath reportedly levelled a slew of charges against his predecessor.
In a major milestone – for both space technology and climate change research NASA and ISRO are collaborating in building and launching NISAR to revolutionise research into forest ecosystems.
ISRO had successfully launched a TV-D1 test vehicle ahead of the human space flight mission Gaganyaan on Saturday.
Gaganyaan test flight mission successful, Governor Abdul Nazeer , CM Jagan congratulate ISRO scientists
“ISRO is moving into the orbit of greater heights by amplifying the space technology,” the Chief Minister said.
As planned, the crew module - which will have the astronauts - made a controlled splashdown in the sea 10km off Sriharikota.
Initially slated for 8 a.m., on Saturday, the launch suffered delays twice, totaling 45 minutes, before an anomaly forced a rescheduling for 10 a.m.
The test vehicle mission with this crew module is a significant milestone for the overall Gaganyaan programme as a nearly complete system is integrated for the test tomorrow.
ISRO aims to send humans into space on a Low Earth Orbit of 400 km for a three-day Gaganyaan mission and bring them safely back to Earth.
The PM’s directions came during a briefing by ISRO Chairman S Somanath on the progress of the Gaganyaan mission, whose first demonstration flight is scheduled for October 21.
He also spoke about how he self-learned aspects of river basin planning, irrigation, agriculture and the rural economy, while he had no training in any of these fields.
PM Modi outlined the future of India's space exploration endeavours and urged scientists to work towards interplanetary missions, including a Venus Orbiter Mission and a Mars Lander.