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Those who turned up to catch the launch are asking when will ISRO try again. Are there any clear answers?
Team Indus, a space start-up in Bengaluru, is in the final legs of a mission to the moon, to be executed in a record time.
Quantum Leap | 2-minute read
Between 1945 and 1960, three dozen countries in Asia and Africa were decolonised, but few can rival what India achieved in science and technology.
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GSLV Mark III is ISRO’s 'suitable boy'.
Quantum Leap | 5-minute read
For an outfit which came into existence when NASA had already sent man to the moon, this is a truly remarkable achievement.
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It will help the space research front yield profits by enabling it to carry out commercial operations.
Science and space diplomacy have acquired a new colour in the 21st century.
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[Book excerpt] R Aravamudan, a pioneer of the Indian space programme, describes the ecstatic moment in this personal history.
Quantum Leap | 4-minute read