India’s Sachin Kukke has been selected as the Asia-Pacific regional winner of the YouTube Space Lab science competition, said the U.S.-based company on Wednesday.
It is a mission which will have a wide ranging geopolitical significance – the launch of the Shenzhou-9 spacecraft and its docking with the Tiangong-1 orbiting module later this year.
Scientists of the Ahmedabad-based Physical Research Laboratory, an ISRO affiliate, are designing a new method of finding water and ice on the moon.
The Indian Space Research Organization has commissioned a study to assess the feasibility of launching a scientific mission to Venus.
At a four-day space meet in Tirupati, top space scientists from the ISRO and PRL discussed India’s mission to Mars.
Asian Scientist Magazine chats with Arianespace’s ASEAN Director about Vega’s maiden launch, potential competition from U.S. start-up SpaceX, and the company’s plans for the Asian market.
India’s first spaceman chats with Asian Scientist Magazine in Pune, where he received the Suryadatta National Lifetime Achievement award for his historic 1984 Indo-Soviet space flight.
SpaceX and AsiaSat today announced an agreement to launch two AsiaSat communications satellites using SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket in 2014.
China today published a set of images that offer full coverage of the moon surface at a resolution of seven meters, reported China’s official news agency, Xinhua News.
India’s second mission to the moon, Chandrayaan-2, which was slated for launch in 2013 is expected to be rescheduled to 2016 because of problems with its Russian lander.