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What is the opinion of Dr Madhavan Nair, Chairman ISRO on the DATA collected from the MOON through CHANDRAYAAN - I that was launched last year?

Asked by Srijith KP, 29 Jun '09 11:07 am
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He stated this while inaugurating a national seminar on Aerospace Expanding Frontiers, organized by the Thiruvananthapuram Chapter of the Aeronautical Society of India (AeSI), here on Friday.

The aerospace sector had grown phenomenally during the last decade in terms of technological development. The successful launch and recovery of the Space Capsule Recovery Experiment Module had given the country a deep insight into the technological aspects of aerothermodynamics, re-entry heating, navigation, guidance and control strategies pertaining to space vehicles.

Moreover, the Chandrayaan-1 mission had provided the country rich experience in the areas of mission planning, propulsion system, navigation and guidance required to undertake a planetary mission, he said.

Now the time was ideal for the scientists in the country to embark on the development of more challenging technologies such as re-entry systems and re-usable space vehicles.
Answered by srini, 29 Jun '09 05:54 pm

 
  
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Space exploration will be the thrust area for Indian scientists & ofcource challenging to make at low cost spinoffs of space science are plenty which will give us benefit
Mr. Nair pointed that Moon mission is not the just heroic affair but seriously about colonies on moon in future US Russia China Japan Will deploy all their resourses
to achieve that so India cannot lag but should be in that league base on moon will help us for mars & another deep space explorations
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Space exploration will be the thrust area for Indian scientists & ofcource challenging to make at low cost spinoffs of space science are plenty which will give us benefit
Mr. Nair pointed that Moon mission is not the just heroic affair but seriously about colonies on moon in future US Russia China Japan Will deploy all their resourses
to achieve that so India cannot lag but should be in that league base on moon will help us for mars & another deep space explorations
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