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The Indian Space Research Organisation's first Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark III rocket, the country's most powerful booster yet, launches on its maiden flight on Dec. 18, 2014 carrying a prototype crew capsule.<br />

October 7, 2014: India's Mars Orbiter Mission captured this view of Mars from a distance of 66,543 kilometers. The view includes the large Elysium volcanic region on Mars, and the dark swath of Terra Cimmeria across the disk to the south. Near the center of the disk is a small crater that has a large dark streak running down from it: that is Gale, home to NASA's Curiosity rover. - Image Credit: Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) - via Friends of NASA

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Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) launched indigenous Geosynchronous…

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Congratulations ISRO - Indian Space Research Organisation on successful launch of #GSLVF05 which has advanced weather Satellite #INSAT3DR. Proud day for nation

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Congratulations to ISRO - Indian Space Research Organisation, for the successful launch of INSAT3DR. INSAT3DR is an advanced meteorological satellite to provide a variety of inputs for accurate weather-forecasting. #HarsimratKaurBadal #AkaliDal #YouthAkaliDal

NEW DELHI: After a hiccup or two, the Indian Space Research Organisation or ISRO's much-loved "Naughty Boy", the GSLV rocket, snaked into the blue today carrying India's 11th satellite -- the INSAT-3DR. The picture-perfect launch came after an initial delay of 40 minutes, which insiders in the ISRO had attributed to "anomalies". Subscribe to Tv9 Gujarati Like us on Facebook at