In a letter to ISRO, NASA said based on guidance received from the White House, it was looking forward to continuing to work with the agency.
A new UN report says climate change is occurring at an increasing rate and its consequences are affecting people on every continent.
The study, conducted in UP on children aged four months to four years, finds a link between mother’s education and mental development.
NASA said it disapproved of India’s 27 March test of an anti-satellite (A-SAT) missile on account of the space debris it created.
On 27 March, India entered an exclusive club of nations capable of destroying space-borne satellites as it launched a missile to destroy an Indian satellite.
The A-SAT test by India last week resulted in about 400 pieces of orbital debris that could damage the International Space Station, a NASA official said.
1 April 2019 marks 62 years since India accepted the 100-paise-to-a-rupee formula, or the 'decimal coinage system'.
ThePrint takes a look at the 28 foreign satellites — from American to Swiss — that travelled with ISRO's EMISAT, and their utility.
ISRO's latest mission marks the first time the PSLV will be launching and placing satellites in three different orbits.
The debate has opened up some surprisingly deep questions – like what actually makes a sense more or less valuable? And, are some senses fundamentally more important in making us human?