Category: india

Inverted waterfalls in India (Reverse Waterfalls)

April 18, 2022

With each monsoon, the Indian subcontinent becomes a land of natural wonders. Jumping waterfalls and lush greenery fill the mind and eyes with everlasting signs of earthly scent and beauty and wonder. But the Reverse Waterfalls are a spectacular monsoon phenomenon in the Western Ghats of the country. The flow of water against gravity seems…

Samudrayan – India’s new maritime research project

March 29, 2022

Samudrayaan submarine test successfully completed. GA Ramdas, director of the National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT) and two senior scientists spent an hour and a half in a test vehicle at a depth of seven meters in the water. ISRO is building a special spacecraft, the Matsya 6000, for the mission. Materials and Mechanical Entity…

6.5 hours outside the space station, Raja Chari on a new mission

March 17, 2022

Raja Chari, an Indian-born astronaut who arrived at the space station last year, has completed his first spacewalk. Raja Chari spent 6.5 hours outside the space station as part of a special mission. The mission was to upgrade the International Space Station, which has been extended to 2030. Raja was accompanied by flight engineer Kayla…

SSLV

March 15, 2022

The first launch of ISRO’s new launch vehicle SSLV (SSLV) is coming soon. The test of the first solid fuel stage of the new rocket has been successfully completed. The first solid booster stage test was held at 12.05 am on Monday at Sriharikota. Other parts of the rocket had already been tested. The crucial…

Socotra – Galapagos in the Indian Ocean

March 14, 2022

Socotra is an island nation in the northwestern Indian Ocean off the coast of Aden, between Yemen and Somalia. The island community is part of Yemen. It is located 340 km from Yemen. Covering an area of ​​4,600 sq km, the island community is known as the Galapagos in the Indian Ocean. Socotra is estimated…

ISRO successfully launches first launch in 2022 into orbit The PSLV C-52 took off from Sriharikota at 5.59 am.

February 14, 2022

Today’s the first launch since Somnath became chairman. Three payloads are currently in orbit, including the EOS-04 Observatory satellite and two satellites, INSPIREsat-1 and INS-2TD.

The world’s smallest artificial satellite. Shri. “Kalamsat” named after Abdul Kalam.

February 12, 2022

Weighing in at just 64 grams, the satellite is 3.8 cm in size with a cube shape. It is made entirely of 3D-printed polycarbonate polymer. It is equipped with a nano geiger Mueller counter that measures radiation in space. It was successfully launched by NASA on June 22, 2017 from the Wallop Place Flight Facility…

Passed the Cryogenic Engine (CE-20) Eligibility Test for the Gaganyan Program

January 19, 2022

Today, (January 12, 2022), the fourth qualifying test of the Cryogenic Engine (CE-20 E9) for the Gaganyan program, 720 seconds long, was conducted at the ISRO Propulsion Complex (IPRC) (Mahendragiri, Tamil Nadu). The engine performance met the test objectives and the engine parameters were matched to the expected level throughout the test.This successful experiment is…

ISRO to send man into ocean at a depth of 6000 meters

December 21, 2021

ISRO, India’s space agency, is preparing for a new experiment. The goal is to create a spacecraft that can take man to the depths of the ocean. That is, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) mission has revealed in Parliament that it is developing a special sphere to send man into the ocean at a…

Mission Gaganyaan: India’s first manned space mission in 2023 …

December 11, 2021

India’s first manned space mission ‘Gaganyaan’ will take place in 2023, Science and Technology Minister Jitendra Singh has said. With this launch, India will become the fourth country in the world to launch a manned space mission after the USA, Russia and China. The test vehicle flight for the crew escape system and Gaganyan’s (G1)’s…