Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) headquarter is located in Bangalore. ISRO is an Indian space agency, founded in 1969 to develop an independent Indian space program. The goal is to develop space exploration for national growth while researching space science & planet exploration. It is one of the world’s largest Space Agencies.
Operation Centers of ISRO
ISRO works through a regional network of centres.
- Sensors and payloads are built at the Ahmedabad Space Applications Centre.
- Satellites are designed, produced, installed, and tested in Bangalore’s U R Rao Satellite Center or ISRO centre.
- Launch vehicles are built in the Thiruvananthapuram Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre.
- Launches are performed at Sriharikota Island, near Chennai, at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre.
- At Hasana and Bhopal Master Control Facilities for geostationary satellite stations are located.
- Facilities for collecting and storing remote sensing data are situated at the Hyderabad National Remote Sensing Centre.
- The commercial arm of ISRO is Antrix Corporation, whose headquarters are in Bangalore.