7 Apr 2022

ISRO Is Working Jointly With NASA Synthetic Aperture Radar (NISAR)' For Scientific Studies Of Earth

Latest reports have been coming in from the national capital of the country New Delhi where Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh while informing Lok Sabha in a written reply has said that Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is working with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) of the United States of America to jointly.

According to the Minister this joint operation is being done to realise a satellite mission named 'NASA-ISRO Synthetic Aperture Radar (NISAR)' for scientific studies of Earth.

On the other hand the minister also gave the details of the upcoming ISRO space missions planned for 2022 in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha.

The Minister further stated that the Government intends to establish more research centres in the country to support the research of ISRO.

According to reports the Minister stated that the existing Space Technology Incubation Centre, Regional Academic Centre for space will also get a grant of Rs 200 lakhs per year maximum.

Apart from the grant, he also stated that new proposed cells also will adopt the same guidelines.

The Union Minister further added that the Government pursues collaborative projects with foreign space research organizations.

This has been done with the objectives of enhancing the capacity of the Indian space programme.

This enhancement is being done for advancing programmatic priorities, augmenting space science and earth observation database, widening ground station networks, bettering products.

This will also cover the services through joint experiments and creating platforms for inflow of expertise the Union Minister added.

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