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Aryabhata (satellite) from books.google.com
India Satellite Orbits Earth After Russ Assist ... Named "Aryabhata" after a fifth century Indian astronomer and mathematician, the satellite is expected to continue in orbit for 24 years, although scientists estimate its operational life will be only six ...
Aryabhata (satellite) from books.google.com
The 800-pound satellite was reported circling the globe every 9641 minutes and was expected to remain in orbit about six months. The Soviet news agency Tass said the satellite, named Aryabhata for a fifth cen- tury Indian astronomer and ...
Aryabhata (satellite) from books.google.com
NEW DELHI (AP) India, aided by the Soviet — Union, became the first developing nation Saturday to have a satellite orbit ... Named "Aryabhata" after a fifth century Indian astronomer and mathematician, the satellite is expected to continue in ...
Aryabhata (satellite) from books.google.com
The ' first Indian Satellite was named Aryabhata in his honour. Aryabhata was followed, by Varhamihira" (6th century AD) the doyen 'of ancient Indian • astronomers. He as one of the nine jewefs in tee Court of King Vikramaditya II of Ujjain.
Aryabhata (satellite) from books.google.com
The Soviet news agency Tass said the satellite, named Aryabhata for a fifth century Indian astronomer and mathematician, will investigate X- ray astronomy and registration of neutron and gamma radiation of the sun as well as measure ...
Aryabhata (satellite) from books.google.com
weather at a glance India orbits satellite with Russ aid ... Named "Aryabhata" after a fifth century Indian astronomer and mathematician, the satellite is expected to continue in orbit for 2^ years, although scientists estimate its operational life will ...
Aryabhata (satellite) from books.google.com
The 800-pound satellite was reported circling the globe every 96.41 minutes and was expected to remain in orbit about six months. The Soviet news agency Tass said the satellite, named Aryabhata for a fifth century Indian astronomer and ...
Aryabhata (satellite) from books.google.com
The 800-pound satellite was reported circling the globe every 96.41 minutes and was expected to remain in orbit about six months. The Soviet news agency Tass said the satellite, named Aryabhata for a fifth ceniury Indian astronomer and ...
Aryabhata (satellite) from books.google.com
The 800-pound satellite was reported circling the globe every 96.41 minutes and was expected to remain in orbit about six months. The Soviet news agency Tass said the satellite, named Aryabhata for a fifth century Indian astronomer and ...
Aryabhata (satellite) from books.google.com
As a preparatory step in developing satellite technology, ISRO took the course of building a satellite containing scientific experiment and having it launched by the Soviet Union. Thus the launch of Aryabhata, the first Indian satellite, in April ...