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Four Indian scientists challenge Big Bang Theory

In what could dramatically change the way astrophysicists look at the birth of the Universe, four Indian scientists, including one from Bengaluru, have challenged the Big Bang theory related to its origin.The theory holds that the Universe was born out of a highly compressed, dense and microscopic point (called singularity) which exploded with a huge force some 13.8 billion years ago, resulting in everything arising from that singularity moving outwards in all directions. From this, all cosmic matter (as we know it today) was formed at different stages through time until now.

published on : 6th March 2021

ISRO launches PSLV-C51 carrying Brazil's Amazonia-1, 18 other satellites

India's Polar rocket on Sunday successfully launched Amazonia-1 satellite of Brazil from the spaceport here, in the first mission of the year for space agency ISRO.

published on : 28th February 2021

ISRO successfully launches its 42nd communication satellite CMS-01 onboard PSLV-C50

The Indian Space Research Organisation (#ISRO) on Thursday successfully launched its 42nd #CommunicationSatellite, CMS-01, on board the PSLV-C50 from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC-SHAR) at Sriharikota.

published on : 18th December 2020

Vyomamitra, ISRO's female robot appears in saree on day two

ISRO launched its female robot Vyomamitra on January 22. On day two, she was seen wearing a saree.

published on : 23rd January 2020

Meet female robot 'Vyomamitra' who will travel to space on ISRO's Gaganyaan

Vyomamitra, a combination of two Sanskrit words Vyoma (space) and Mitra (friend), took everyone by surprise when she introduced herself to the audience at an event in Bengaluru.

published on : 22nd January 2020

Chandrayaan-3 approved by government: ISRO Chief

ISRO has identified four persons from the Indian Air Force, who will be trained to become astronauts for the upcoming Gaganyaan mission.

published on : 1st January 2020

Efforts were worth it: PM Modi tells scientists after India loses contact with Chandrayaan-2 lander

Years of hard work literally came to nought for ISRO after it lost communication with Moon lander Vikram. 

published on : 7th September 2019

'We will succeed, no one can stop us', says PM Modi after India falls 2.1 km short of moon

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday addressed the scientists of  ISRO calling them "exceptional professionals" whom the nation and the world at large stands by.

published on : 7th September 2019

Chandrayaan 2: India's 'Bahubali' lunar mission launched successfully

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said the 20-hour countdown for the first moon-landing mission began at 6.43 pm on Sunday.

published on : 22nd July 2019

Chandrayaan 2: What makes this lunar mission so special?

India's historic space mission - Chandrayaan 2 was successfully launched into space on July 22 from Sriharikota.

published on : 22nd July 2019

Chandrayaan-2: What people at Sriharikota have to say about the moon mission delay

Several people gathered at Sriharikota to see India's ambitious moon mission Chandrayaan-2 go live on July 16. However, it was delayed due to a technical snag. This is how they reacted to it...

published on : 16th July 2019

Chandrayaan-2: What's behind the moon mission delay

ISRO had to abort its second mission to the moon Chandrayaan-2 about an hour before the scheduled launch time. 

published on : 15th July 2019

From Lucknow to the moon: How Ritu Karidhal took on the Chandrayaan-2 challenge

A doting mother, a loving sister, an ace student - India's rocket woman Ritu Karidhal Srivastava, mission director, Chandrayaan-2, is all this and much more....

published on : 14th July 2019

The challenge for Chandrayaan 2 will be the soft landing: Nambi Narayanan

On the eve of Chandrayaan 2 - India's second moon mission- former ISRO scientist Nambi Narayanan believes that it would be the prelude to the next mission.

published on : 14th July 2019

India planning to have own space station: ISRO chief

ISRO also confirmed that their first human mission into space would be sent in 2022 with three crew members on board.

published on : 13th June 2019
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