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Lockheed Martin And Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Of Israel To Jointly Produce SPICE Systems

Lockheed Martin and Rafael Advanced Defense Systems of Israel, signed a teaming agreement to jointly develop, market, manufacture and support Rafael’s Smart, Precise Impact and Cost-Effective (SPICE) guidance kits for U.S.

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India Successfully Launches GSAT-31 Communication Satellite

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

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ISRO to set up Ground Station in Bhutan

India is building a satellite tracking and data reception centre in the Himalayan state of Bhutan that will also serve to counter a similar Chinese facility in the region. During the visit of newly elected Prime Minister of Bhutan to India last month, India has pledged Rs 4500 crores to Bhutan’s 12t

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We Want Industry As Partner –Not As A Vendor For Our Next Generation Program: Dr. K Sivan, Chairman, ISRO

Dr. K Sivan is the chairman of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and he is known as "Rocket Man" for his significant contribution in the development of cryogenic engines for India's space programme. He is also the Secretary to the Department of Space. He has spearheaded India’s various missi

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Thales Collaborates With IIT Madras For Developing Technical Skills In The Defence

Thales, a French multinational company that designs and builds electrical systems and provides services for aerospace, defence, transportation and security markets collaborated with IIT Madras to create a jointly supervised fellow Ph.D. program.

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Brahmos Missile Successfully Flight-Tested

The test firing of the supersonic missile, BrahMos, was successfully flight-tested for the first time from the Indian Air Force's frontline fighter, Sukhoi-30MKI. The missile was tested against a sea-based target in the Bay of Bengal.

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INDRA Developed A Direct Earth Observation Satellite For Companies And Organization

Under a contract with the European Space Agency (ESA), INDRA is developing an innovative terminal design to enable governments, organizations, and companies to directly and autonomously retrieve data from earth observation satellites and get extremely high-resolution images virtually in real time.

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