Established In

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15 August 1969

Administrator

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K. Radhakrishnan (Chairman)

Headquarters

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Banglore,India

Budget
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Dr Vikram Sarabhai
The prime objective of ISRO is to develop space technology
and its application to various national task...
Satellite Launching Vehicles (SLV’s) By ISRO

The Satellite Launch Vehicle or SLV was a project started in
the early 1970s...
Augmented Satellite Launching Vehicle (ASLV)

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Developed At
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Launch Site
Notable Missions

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Decomi...
Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV)

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Developed At
Capacity
Launch Site
Notable Missions

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ACTIVE
VSSC
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Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV)

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Launch Site
Notable Missions

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Satellites By ISRO

India has launched 73 Indian satellites
(as of 5 January 2014) of many types since its
first attempt i...
ARYABHATA

India's first satellite, the Aryabhata was launched by the
Soviet Union on 19 April 1975 from Kapustin Yar usin...
Indian National Satellite System (INSAT)

INSAT – 1B
Indian Remote Sensing satellites (IRS)

CARTOSAT - 2
OCEANSAT - 2
Radar Imaging Satellites

RISAT - 1
Other satellites

GSAT - 14

KALPANA - 1
Indian human spaceflight programme

ISRO Orbital Vehicle
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  1. 1. Established In : 15 August 1969 Administrator : K. Radhakrishnan (Chairman) Headquarters : Banglore,India Budget : 5615 Crore (US$900 Million) Primary Space Port : Satish Dawan Space Centre
  2. 2. Dr Vikram Sarabhai The prime objective of ISRO is to develop space technology and its application to various national tasks. The Indian space programme was driven by the vision of Dr Vikram Sarabhai considered the father of Indian Space Programme.
  3. 3. Satellite Launching Vehicles (SLV’s) By ISRO The Satellite Launch Vehicle or SLV was a project started in the early 1970s by Indian Space Research Organisation to develop the technology needed to launch satellites. The project was headed by APJ Abdul Kalam
  4. 4. Augmented Satellite Launching Vehicle (ASLV) Status Developed At Capacity Launch Site Notable Missions : : : : : Decomissioned ISRO 150 kg satellites Sriharikota SROSS
  5. 5. Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) Status Developed At Capacity Launch Site Notable Missions : : : : : ACTIVE VSSC 3500 kg satellites Sriharikota Chandrayaan- 1,
  6. 6. Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) Status Developed At Capacity Launch Site Notable Missions : : : : ACTIVE ISRO 5000 kg satellites SDSC : Gsat -14, Chandrayaan - 2 , MOM -2
  7. 7. Satellites By ISRO India has launched 73 Indian satellites (as of 5 January 2014) of many types since its first attempt in 1975.
  8. 8. ARYABHATA India's first satellite, the Aryabhata was launched by the Soviet Union on 19 April 1975 from Kapustin Yar using a Cosmos-3Mlaunch vehicle.
  9. 9. Indian National Satellite System (INSAT) INSAT – 1B
  10. 10. Indian Remote Sensing satellites (IRS) CARTOSAT - 2 OCEANSAT - 2
  11. 11. Radar Imaging Satellites RISAT - 1
  12. 12. Other satellites GSAT - 14 KALPANA - 1
  13. 13. Indian human spaceflight programme ISRO Orbital Vehicle
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