The Indian Space Research Organization (Isro) launched its heaviest rocket— the GSLV MK III—to put the GSAT-19 communications satellite into orbit, in a demonstration of its capability to hurl next-generation satellites into orbit and carry astronauts into outer space.
At 05-06-2017, 5.28pm, the 43m, 640-tonne geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle (GSLV) Mark III (D1), lifted off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh. The rocket’s mission was to place the 3,136kg GSAT-19 communications satellite into a geosynchronous transfer orbit (GTO) at 36,000km above earth.
This not end, just a milestone in a long Journey of ISRO.
On this moment Team ASENSAR and DIYIndia Congratulates ISRO for their successful launch and making India self-reliant
Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) created a record by blasting 104 satellites into space on 16th Feb, 2017.
Formed in 1969, Today ISRO has achieved a success. This remarkable success is outcome of Made In India NOT
Make In India
This achievement is just another milestone, other units have to learn from ISRO and replicate the same.
We wish Team ISRO all the best in their never ending mission…..
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Ark Robot Wins Rs. 2 Crores in QPrize ‘Make in India’ Contest
Warehouse automation startup Ark Robot was adjudged the winner of the QPrize Make in India contest, on Thursday, by a panel that included Amitabh Kant, Secretary, Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP), Qualcomm India president Sunil Lalvani, and Infosys co-founder Kris Gopalakrishnan. Read more
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#Googles Plans #WiFi In 400 Train Stations Across #India
Google plans to bring Free Wi-Fi to its 10 million rail passengers a day. And it’s free (to start).
Class IX Student Designed a Train using #RaspberryPi
Class IX Student made a little train which needs neither track nor wheels to run? Or the fact that it was made by Fathima Salam, A class IX student of Government VHSS, Kallara, India.
The model of ‘modular train’ controlled by a Raspberry Pi won her the state second place at a coding competition organized by Kerala Startup Mission and IT@School.
Read more: Class IX Student who Designed a Train
PiAttendance – 14 year old won award for developing Attendance Monitoring system for government offices .
#PiAttendance project by 14-year-old wins Rs. 2 lakh in a State wide coding competition using #RaspberryPi
A unique thought about a democratised system that can monitor the attendance of officials in government offices earned 14-year-old Manas Manohar the first prize in a State-level coding competition, with a cash purse of Rs. 2 lakh.
During the launch of Raspberry Pi distribution last February, implementing agencies, Kerala Startup Mission and the IT@School initiative, conducted the competition alongside the training sessions in all the district centers for students in programming using the Raspberry Pi kits.
Cochin International Airport Goes 100 Percent Solar
Adding a massive feather to its renewable energy cap, India now lays claim to the world’s first fully solar-powered airport. Located in the coastal city of Kochi in the southwestern state of Kerala, the newly inaugurated solar plant brings India one significant step closer to securing its position as a frontrunner in the global solar race.
The 12 MW solar plant occupies 45 acres of land near the airport’s cargo complex and is comprised of some 46,000 PV panels. It is expected to generate 48,000 kWh of electricity per day. When combined with an already existing solar array installed at Cochin International in 2013, total daily electricity output will be roughly 52,000 kWh – enough to exceed the airport’s electricity needs and making it “absolutely power neutral.”Cochin International Airport consumes approximately 48,000 kWh per day.