Indian Space Science Data Center (ISSDC)

AstroSat

AstroSat

AstroSat is the first dedicated Indian astronomy mission aimed at studying celestial sources in X-ray and UV spectral bands simultaneously.

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Chandrayaan-1

Chandrayaan-1, India's first mission to Moon, performed the chemical, mineralogical and photo-geologic mapping of the Moon.

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Mars Orbiter Mission

Mars Orbiter Mission(MOM) is India's first interplanetary mission to planet Mars for the exploration of surface features, morphology, mineralogy and atmosphere at Mars.

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Megha-Tropiques

Megha-Tropiques is a satellite mission to study the water cycle in the tropical atmosphere in the context of climate change, a collaborative effort between ISRO and France's CNES.

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YouthSat

YouthSat is a mini satellite that intended to investigate the relationship between solar variability and thermosphere-Ionosphere changes.

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Upcoming Missions

ISSDC is gearing up to support the upcoming Missions by augmenting the computing infrastructure, storage system, networks, security devices and software elements.

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Others

Among the other activities supported by ISSDC are: hosting of Space based Automatic Identification System (AIS-SB) data, SARAL, Akatsuki.

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ISDA

ISRO Science Data Archive is the repository of all the science data from the Indian science missions, starting from Chandrayaan-1.

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Gallery

AS1,Ch1, MOM and Mt1 Gallery

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Announcements / Upcoming Events
Proposal Cycle A08 (for legacy observation programmes) is now open (26 Apr, 2019 to 27 May, 2019, 08:30 Hrs UT/14:00 Hrs IST). Click here for submission.
Posted on: 26-04-2019
Proposal Cycle A07 is now open (08 Mar, 2019 to 23 Apr, 2019). Click here for submission.
Posted on: 08-03-2019
Research proposals are invited towards utilization of AstroSat archival data for limited financial support. Check details
Posted on: 13-11-2018
Target of Opportunity (ToO) proposal cycle T03 is open. Check details
Posted on: 01-10-2018
Third year of Mars Orbiter Mission in-orbit data released on 26 Sep, 2018. To access the online archive with the latest released data of duration from 24 Sep, 2014 to 23 Sep, 2017, click here.
Posted on: 26-09-2018
Astrosat data after lock-in period released. Access Astrobrowse to download.
Posted on: 26-09-2018
Updated Downloadable version of Astroviewer is available for both 32 and 62 bit Linux versions. You may also use the latest downloadable version for generating the astroviewer output during proposal submission.
Posted on: 06-04-2018