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The GSLV Launch

May 20, 2003

GSAT-2 reaches final geo-stationary orbit

May 12, 2003

GSAT-2 placed in geo-stationary orbit

May 10, 2003

GSAT-2 orbit raised to 34,000km

May 9, 2003

GSAT-2 raised to 8,850km

May 8, 2003

GSLV-D2 launch memorable: ISRO
GSLV-D2 blasts off into space
GSLV-D2 all set for launch

May 7, 2003

Final countdown for GSLV launch begins

May 5, 2003

GSLV-D2 launch on May 8

April 1, 2003

Govt approves 3 GSLV operational flights

November 2, 2002

Second flight of GSLV in February

May 2, 2001

GSAT goes out of sight

April 19, 2001

RS chairman lauds space scientists

April 18, 2001

GSLV-D1 launched
ISRO scientists vindicate themselves
PM congratulates scientists for GSLV launch
Busy schedule for ISRO in 2001-02
First signals from GSAT-1
GSLV countdown progressing smoothly

April 16, 2001

GSLV re-launch countdown commences
GSLV relaunch may be postponed: ISRO

April 7, 2001

GSLV launch on April 18

April 4, 2001

GSLV re-launch scheduled for April 18-19

March 30, 2001

GSLV Relaunch Likely in May

March 29, 2001

Scientists begin studying GSLV's failure

March 28, 2001

Mishap hits GSLV-D1 take-off
ISRO chief plays down failure
Not a major setback, says Narasimha

March 21, 2001

GSLV set to take off on March 28

March 3, 2001

First GSLV test flight likely in March

November 2, 2000

India to launch GSLV and technology satellites next year

April 17, 1999

GSLV to fly in 2000


ISRO looks beyond GSLV failure

A single GSLV flight can work out to Rs 4.5 billion'

'It is technically a good vehicle'

The countdown: 10...9...8

Heading for the skies


'Actually nothing unusual happened' -- Dr K Narayana

'GSLV will fulfil the last element of Sarabhai's vision' -- Dr K Kasturirangan

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