• ISRO not facing funds crunch, says Chairman
    SpaceISRO not facing funds crunch, says Chairman

    The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is not facing any funds crunch for its ongoing activities, the agency Chairman said on Thursday.

  • NASA's next planet-hunting mission starts next week
    SpaceNASA's next planet-hunting mission starts next week

    NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, or Tess aimed at detecting planets outside our solar system, is set to launch on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Florida on April 16.

  • 10 important facts about ISRO PSLV IRNSS-1I
    Space10 important facts about ISRO PSLV IRNSS-1I

    ISRO today has launched its Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) off into space from its Spaceport in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh. While the entire India was in deep sleep, scientists have blasted off the vehicle at 4:04 am early morning, carrying IRNSS-1I, the eighth satellite for India's native global positioning system. Let’s take a look at the important facts PSLV IRNSS-1I, launched by IRSO on April 12, 2018

  • India set to launch navigation satellite on Thursday
    SpaceIndia set to launch navigation satellite on Thursday

    India will early on Thursday launch its IRNSS-1L navigation satellite from the Sriharikota rocket port, Indian space agency officials said.

  • NASA all set for historic Mars mission
    SpaceNASA all set for historic Mars mission

    NASA is all set to prepare best for its upcoming Mars-bound mission. For now, it is launching a new spacecraft to Mars that will help scientists to study the deep interior of the red planet including the know-how of rocky planet and formation of moons.

  • NASA tells Boeing to fly three people for six months to International Space Station
    SpaceNASA tells Boeing to fly three people for six months to International Space Station

    NASA has updated its commercial crew contract with Boeing to let the US-based aerospace company fly three people to the International Space Station (ISS) who will stay there for up to six months from an earlier planned two-week trip.

  • Space hotel to welcome guests by 2022- Be ready for a trip
    SpaceSpace hotel to welcome guests by 2022- Be ready for a trip

    Are you planning for an extra-ordinary getaway? If so, then plan a trip to the space where you can enjoy unmatched views of planets, stars, sunrises and sunsets. Yes, the Orion Span is all set to establish a space hotel which may start welcoming guests by 2022. And, of course, you need to pay a whooping amount of almost $800,000 for a night.

  • Why NASA sent human sperm to space
    SpaceWhy NASA sent human sperm to space

    With talk of space tourism and even trips to Mars, NASA has launched human sperm to the International Space Station (ISS) to test what happens when it gets exposed to zero-gravity environment.

  • NASA: ASPIRE test launched to check supersonic parachute
    SpaceNASA: ASPIRE test launched to check supersonic parachute

    NASA has launched ASPIRE test to check the performance of supersonic parachute in the space. A Black Brant IX sounding rocket carrying a parachute test platform was successfully launched at 6:45 am EST, October 4, from the agency's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia, as mentioned in NASA’s official website.

  • NASA selects Lockheed Martin to build quieter supersonic aircraft
    SpaceNASA selects Lockheed Martin to build quieter supersonic aircraft

    Taking another step toward building a quieter supersonic aircraft, the US space agency has awarded a $247.5 million contract to the global aerospace company Lockheed Martin.