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  1. Thought I'd start an ISRO Discussion thread, 'cause, y'know, why not. Pretty much the same as the SpaceX/Blue Origin/ ULA threads, just for ISRO. Also, this, tomorrow. today.
  2. This mod aims to add a number of different ISRO rockets and spacecraft to the game, with my focus currently going towards the PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle). Eventually the plan is to add SLV, GSLV MK1-3, RLV, along with a couple of probes (Ex. Chandrayaan, Mangalyaan etc). Get a few test parts over on Github---> https://github.com/DylanSemrau/Chrayol-Design-Org.-Development Discord Server This mod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
  3. ISRO launched Chandrayaan 2 (chandra=moon, yaan=vehicle) aboard a GSLV- mkIII on 22nd July. Youtube link here. Unmanned Orbiter-Lander-Rover mission to Moon/Mun's South Pole. All upper stage modules should be be solar powered, Orbiter must be in a low, circular and polar orbit. Lander (Vikram) carrying the rover must land in a crater near the south pole. Rover (Pragyan) should be housed inside the lander and must have a drill and seismograph.(EDIT: surface exploration & science parts) For those wanting a challenge: As it is an ISRO mission, budget should be as low as possible! Chandrayan-2 will utilize the Oberth Effect for raising its apogee through multiple burns, to conserve fuel and thereby launch costs. Concept : Animation Video by ISRO Chandrayaan 2 Official webpage Realism mods such as RO, other aesthetic mods, mechjeb, kOS, KER, etc are allowed. Stock entries are also welcome. Take it as a challenge and try to replicate it OR simply just have some fun doing it, totally up to you guys! Feel free to post your screenshots, crafts, ideas, suggestions and comments. Enjoy!
  4. An Ariane 5 rocket is launching soon and will be carrying a condosat for imarsat and hellas-sat with the Indian GSAT 17 https://spaceflightnow.com/2017/06/28/va-238-mission-status-center/
  5. they worked a lot on the general public internet isro portal the past few month ^^ mooaaar launch video moooaaaarrr ^^ http://www.isro.gov.in/gslv-f09-gsat-9/gslv-f09-gsat-9-lift-and-onboard-camera-video on a side note what i wonder since a while is what are all thoose falling stuff just after launch(s)
  6. Here is a news report detailing the mission and here's ISRO's twitter account with more info. The CARTOSAT-2 satellite weighs 714 kg and the remaining 103 satellites together weigh about 664 kg and will be launched aboard PSLV(Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) on FEB 15th, 9:28 am IST(3:58 UTC/GMT). The previous record for most satellites in a single launch is held by Russia with 37 satellites. We should start a challenge here if we haven't done so already! Its like a school bus dropping off children at different stops! Lets wait and watch how this goes.