NASA-JPL Seeks Indian Space Technology

NASA-JPL Seeks Indian Space Technology
NASA-JPL Seeks Indian Space Technology
NASA-JPL Seeks Indian Space Technology
NASA-JPL Seeks Indian Space Technology

NASA-JPL Seeks Indian Space Technology

NASA-JPL Seeks Indian Space Technology

NASA-JPL Seeks Indian Space Technology

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chairman S Somanath, in a groundbreaking revelation, shared the keen interest of NASA-JPL experts in India’s space technology, following their observation of the Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft’s development.

India’s Soaring Capabilities in Space Technology

Speaking at an event organized by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam’s Foundation in Tamil Nadu, Somanath celebrated India’s transformation into a formidable player in the field of space technology. He underscored the country’s capacity to design and construct cutting-edge devices and rockets, a prowess that led Prime Minister Narendra Modi to open the space sector to private players.

India’s Technological Prowess Recognized

Somanath expressed the conviction that India has evolved into a powerful nation. He quoted the ISRO chief as saying that India’s knowledge and intelligence level ranks among the best globally. He shared insights into the collaborative process between ISRO and NASA-JPL during the Chandrayaan-3 mission, where US space experts admired India’s scientific instruments for their cost-effectiveness and high technology.

Empowering the Youth and Future Space Explorations

Somanath called upon the young audience to embrace the visionary spirit of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, emphasizing the power of dreaming while awake. He challenged the youth to aspire to contribute to India’s space technology sector, with a vision of sending an Indian astronaut, potentially a girl, to the Moon in the Chandrayaan-10 mission.

India’s Future on the Global Stage

The ISRO chief highlighted the pivotal role of every citizen in nation-building, asserting that India’s strength would reside in its technological prowess. He shared the enthusiastic reception he received at a recent space conference, where representatives from NASA, European space agencies, and China congratulated India for the success of the Chandrayaan-3 mission. This recognition, he explained, stems from the growing realization that India is on the path to becoming a powerful nation with significant technological capabilities.

In conclusion, Somanath envisioned a golden era for India in the next 25 years, marked by technological prosperity and economic growth, enabling the nation to influence global decisions and regain its status as a powerful nation.

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