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Amazonia-1 launch marks beginning of stronger ties with India, says Brazilian Minister

Amazonia-1, the first Brazilian satellite launched from India, is an optical earth observation satellite intended to provide remote sensing data to users for monitoring deforestation in the Amazon 

Published on 28th February 2021
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In its first mission of 2021, ISRO will soon launch Brazil's Amazonia-1 

PSLV-C51 rocket, which is the 53rd mission of PSLV will launch Amazonia-1 of Brazil as primary satellite and 18 co-passenger payloads from the first launch pad of the Sriharikota spaceport

Published on 27th February 2021
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Up in the sky: Countdown begins for PSLV-C51/Amazonia-1 mission

The launch is tentatively scheduled at 1024hours on February 28, subject to weather conditions. The countdown began at 0854 hours

Published on 27th February 2021
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Raman Research Institute in Bengaluru takes big leap in quantum communication

According to her, the widely used information transfer protocols employ a secret "key" known only to the communicating parties, who can encrypt and decrypt the messages

Published on 22nd February 2021
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This Chennai start-up is sending a student-built satellite to space in ISRO's upcoming mission. Check it out! 

A ten-member students team from Space Kidz India worked on a 3U CubeSat for over six months and it is now ready for space

Published on 22nd February 2021
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Study finds bioengineered hybrid muscle fiber for regenerative medicine

The research team achieved effective treatment of VML in a mouse model by employing direct cell reprogramming technology in combination with a natural-synthetic hybrid scaffold

Published on 22nd February 2021
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Disha Ravi asks Delhi HC to direct Delhi police not to leak private information to third party

Ravi urged the court to issue a writ of mandamus or writ of like nature directing certain media houses and all private satellite TV channels

Published on 18th February 2021
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Hanging glacier broke off to trigger Uttarakhand flood, say scientists

Five scientists flew over the glacier in a helicopter, took pictures, looked at satellite photographs and collected data from the devastated area

Published on 11th February 2021
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Himalayan glaciers are melting twice as fast since the start of the 21st century: Study

While not specifically calculated in the study, the glaciers may have lost as much as a quarter of their enormous mass over the last four decades, said Maurer, lead author of the study

Published on 7th February 2021
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Rupesh Mahore — commit this 23-year-old NIT Rourkela student's name to memory as he is going to take Astrophysics by storm

Rupesh Mahore and his friends started Spacegrade Inc to work in the field of Astrophysics and have come up with a slew of solutions. They currently study at NIT Rourkela, Odisha and are rearing to go

Published on 2nd February 2021
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ISRO's first 2021 mission will have three satellites made by Indian students and start-ups 

The satellites are slated to be launched onboard the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) C-51 at 10.24 am from the Sriharikota spaceport, over 100 km from Chennai

Published on 5th February 2021
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Via varied questions, this AgriTech app by an IIIT Hyderabad team helps farmers detect crop diseases in a jiffy

Crop Darpan lines up simple questions which guide the farmer towards a solution for their disease-ridden crop. They have an app and a portal which is currently available in both English and Telugu
 

Published on 2nd February 2021
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Lowering blood pressure may reduce COVID-19 risk in people exposed to air pollution

Air pollution, particularly fine particulate matter, has been implicated in cardiovascular risks, partly through effects on BP

Published on 2nd February 2021
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The 'US' varsity which gave Malayalam actor Bala a DLitt admits they are like a 'private tutorial college'

According to Bala, he was awarded the 'Doctor of Humane Letters' by 'The Royal American University' and was apparently the first South Indian to be awarded such an honour by a foreign university

Published on 28th January 2021
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Form partnerships up in space just as we do on Earth: Astronaut Naoko Yamazaki at IIM-B

Naoko Yamazaki pointed out Amazon founder, Jeff Bezos's own aerospace company and said, “He wants to save the Earth by putting power plants in space which can serve to lift a big burden from Earth."

Published on 28th January 2021

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