Andhra Pradesh: ISRO is India’s Research and Development Organisation that serve the nation in achieving self-reliance and in building Launch Vehicles. Recently, on 15 July 2019 Chandrayaan-2 ISRO’s second mission to the moon will be launched from Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh.
Above timeline of ISRO’s Space Programme are mentioned that will help in increasing general knowledge as well as in the preparation of various competitive examinations Dr. Vikram Sarabhai also known as founding the father of space program recognized the benefits of space technologies in India.
History of space operations achieved its first milestone in 1962 when the Indian National Space Research Committee (INCOSPAR) was formed by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru with scientist Vikram Sarabhai. Further, in 1963, the first rocket was launched from India in November 1963.
Currently, ISRO’s numerous programs to profit from this move include transferring small satellite technology to different sectors, manufacturing tiny satellite launch vehicles (SLV) in cooperation with the private sector, and manufacturing Polar SLV through the industry.
Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) lastly replied to the teaser published yesterday by Mission Mangal.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced on Friday that the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will have a fresh business arm, New Space India Limited (NSIL), to assist the Indian Space Agency market its launch vehicle and other state-of-the-art techniques on the worldwide space market.
The announcement comes at a moment when ISRO is looking forward to exploring other planets and setting up its own 30-ton Space Station in orbit by the end of 2030. Currently, ISRO’s numerous programs to profit from this move include transferring small satellite technology to different sectors, manufacturing tiny satellite launch vehicles (SLV) in cooperation with the private sector, and manufacturing Polar SLV through the industry.
The new business arm will concentrate on the production and marketing of space-based products and services, including launch and apps; technology transfer established by ISRO Centers and DoS constituent units; marketing of certain spin-off technologies and products, both in India and overseas; and any other topic that the Government of India considers appropriate. This new arm will also look into the constituent’s units developed by the Department of Space. This implies the spin-off of techniques, products, and services that are supplied in both India and abroad.

Writer: Ritika Rana

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