Articles about INSAT

ISRO launches GSAT-30 satellite: What it can do?

17 Jan 2020

Technology
ISRO launches GSAT-30 satellite: What it can do?

ISRO's first satellite of 2020, the GSAT-30, has been successfully launched by Arianespace, the world's first commercial launch service provider.

ISRO to launch a new communication satellite this week

13 Jan 2020

Technology
ISRO to launch a new communication satellite this week

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is gearing up to launch a new communication satellite on January 17.

Six famous women ISRO scientists you should know about

17 Jul 2019

India
Six famous women ISRO scientists you should know about

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is one of the world's largest and most successful space agencies.

GSAT-31, India's latest communication satellite, launched successfully from French Guiana

06 Feb 2019

India
GSAT-31, India's latest communication satellite, launched successfully from French Guiana

India's latest communication satellite GSAT-31 was successfully launched by European launch services provider- Arianespace's rocket from French Guiana in the early hours today.

ISRO set to launch communication satellite GSAT-31 this Wednesday

04 Feb 2019

India
ISRO set to launch communication satellite GSAT-31 this Wednesday

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is all set to launch its 40th communication satellite GSAT-31 on Wednesday from the spaceport in French Guiana (French and European spaceport).

Soon, browse internet on board flights in India!

19 Apr 2018

India
Soon, browse internet on board flights in India!

The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) is all set to approve in-flight connectivity (IFC) at its next meeting on May 1, sources said.

In-flight internet may cost you Rs. 500 for 30 minutes!

23 Jan 2018

India
In-flight internet may cost you Rs. 500 for 30 minutes!

The TRAI recently approved in-flight connectivity (IFC) in India, and also released its recommendations on the matter.

Rukimini: How Indian Navy tracks Chinese movements in Indian Ocean

05 Jul 2017

India
Rukimini: How Indian Navy tracks Chinese movements in Indian Ocean

The surveillance satellite GSAT 7, 'Rukmini' has been acting as Indian Navy's eye in the high seas, especially in tracking Chinese movements in the Indian Ocean, which have increased amid the ongoing Sikkim stand-off.