AngelList launches Syndicates in India

AngelList launches Syndicates in India

AngelList has expanded its syndicates program to India in the latest overseas move for the US crowdfunding platform.

The launch comes some 18 months after we reported that AngelList had hired Utsav Somani to launch the service and develop its business generally in India, where it also offers its hiring product.

Syndicates was launched in the US in

Read more...

An Explosion That D’t Happen

An Explosion That D’t Happen

A failure analysis has found the Pyro devices (that trigger a small, controlled explosion to snap some parts) in the rocket's heat shield had malfunctioned. Director of Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre and ISRO chairman-designate K Sivan chaired the failure analysis committee. PSLV-C39, the heat shield protects satellites they carry from atmospheric

Read more...

'Big Brother' Spacecraft Launches World's First Full-Colour Satellite Capable of Capturing High-Definition Videos of Individual People From Orbit On PSLV-C40

'Big Brother' Spacecraft Launches World's First Full-Colour Satellite Capable of Capturing High-Definition Videos of Individual People From Orbit On PSLV-C40

A British satellite could provide a full colour, high-definition video of our planet from space, even picking up objects as small as 26 inches (65cm) big on the ground. Pictured is the Indian Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) taking off

  • It was one of 31 payloads sent up in the Indian Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle 
  • Within a few hours controllers
Read more...

Why It Makes Sense For India’s Private Sector To Venture Into Space?

Why It Makes Sense For India’s Private Sector To Venture Into Space?

The private sector needs to be liberalised from government monopoly in space

Subba Rao Pavuluri - CMD and Founder of Ananth Technologies Limited

Why It Makes Sense For India’s Private Sector To Venture Into Space?Private companies can and should actively work for furthering developments in the space sector.

A company like ours has been successfully working in the realm of space for over 25 years. India has expertise

Read more...

ISRO Used Upgraded PSLV Rocket Today

ISRO Used Upgraded PSLV Rocket Today

A close view of the fourth stage of PSLV - C40 on the launch pad before takeoff

The heat shield in the previous PSLV - C39 mission did not separate from the fourth stage and both the stage and the IRNSS-1H satellite got trapped within the heat shield and could not be injected into space. However, the PSLV - C39 rocket comprising of both solid and

Read more...

WATCH: Cartosat-2 Series Mission Liftoff And Onboard Camera View

WATCH: Cartosat-2 Series Mission Liftoff And Onboard Camera View

India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, in its forty second flight (PSLV-C40), successfully launched the 710 kg Cartosat-2 Series Satellite for earth observation and 30 co-passenger satellites together weighing about 613 kg at lift-off. PSLV-C40 was launched from the First Launch Pad (FLP) of Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) SHAR, Sriharikota.

Th

Read more...

Agni-V User Trial Likely On Jan 18

Agni-V User Trial Likely On Jan 18

BHUBANESWAR: Hectic preparations have begun at Abdul Kalam Island defence test facility off Odisha coast for the first user trial of country’s most potent longest range surface-to-surface nuclear-capable ballistic missile Agni-V. The trial would be carried out by the Strategic Forces Command (SFC) of Indian Army.

Sources said the launch window has

Read more...
Subscribe to this RSS feed