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Chandrayaan-3: Three Assamese Scientists who played an integral part in successful landing on moon from Assam

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Assam intellectuals behind Chandrayaan-3


Chandrayaan-3 today achieved a historic landing on Wednesday at 6.04 p.m., marking a defining moment in India’s space odyssey. As the whole country united to cheer for our scientists and the Chandrayaan-3 mission, Assam’s brilliant minds shone as beacons of achievement in this monumental endeavor. Across the nation, the air was thick with exuberance and celebration, commemorating this historic milestone. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), recognizing the magnitude of this achievement, offered live coverage of the momentous event on its official website.

Leading this prestigious mission is Pankaj Nath, an ISRO scientist and the brain behind the landing of Chandrayaan-3. Pankaj Nath, who completed his B.Tech and M.Tech degrees from NERIST, showcased Assam’s intellectual prowess on a global platform. His accomplishments echoed through the NERIST community, elevating the sense of pride and inspiration among the youth.

A palpable sense of excitement spread throughout Tinsukia as Nidhi Sharma, another ISRO scientist from Assam, took the helm of Chandrayaan-3’s eagerly awaited mission. With a decade of steadfast service to ISRO, Nidhi Sharma’s journey paralleled that of Chandrayaan 2, where she showcased her unwavering commitment and dedication. As the daughter-in-law of respected locals Deepak Dev and Shikha Dev, Nidhi Sharma’s journey resonated deeply within the community.

Contributing his expertise to the mission’s success is Chayan Dutta, the Deputy Project Director for Chandrayaan-3, overseeing the Mission Launch and Landing Control Centre. An alumnus of Tezpur University and North Lakhimpur College (Autonomous), Chayan Dutta’s journey shows academic excellence and space exploration.

Dream of ISRO head K Sivan

Remember when our space heroes faced a tough moment? It was in 2019 when ISRO’s head, K Sivan, felt really sad because they lost contact with their moon lander, Vikram. But guess what? Our Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, gave him a big, warm hug to show he cared. Pictures of this kind of moment went all over the internet. Sivan said the hug meant a lot and made him feel better during a tough time.

This year, things were looking up! The former ISRO Chief, K Sivan, is feeling super confident about the Chandrayaan-3 mission. Sivan’s recollection of that pivotal incident vividly painted a portrait of compassion amid adversity. “When I was emotional, the honourable Prime Minister hugged me. He understood what really happened in my mind. He showed leadership. The hug taught me many lessons. It was a great thing that the prime minister himself consoled me. That gave us a big relief,” Sivan shared in an exclusive interview.

Chandrayaan-3

Hold on, there’s even bigger news. Chandrayaan-3 made a historic landing on Wednesday at 6.04 p.m.. The whole country cheered up for our scientists and Chandrayaan-3. Across the nation, exuberance and celebration marked this historic occasion. The Indian Space Research Organisation offered live coverage of the momentous event on its official website.

Simultaneously, DD National TV, the national broadcaster, captivated audiences with a live telecast that commenced at 5:27 PM. The Chandrayaan-3 mission, which commenced its journey from Sriharikota on July 14, captured the collective imagination and pride of the nation. From a comforting hug to this hopeful landing, it was a journey of feelings, and we were all part of it!

India’s Chandrayaan-3 mission embarked on the audacious goal of landing on the moon’s uncharted southern region. With this monumental achievement, India becomes the fourth country in history to accomplish a successful soft landing on the lunar surface, following the footsteps of the United States, China, and the former Soviet Union. The final 15 to 20 minutes of the mission proved to be pivotal, as the Chandrayaan-3’s Vikram lander, accompanied by the rover Pragyan, executed a masterful soft landing maneuver.

Across the nation, exuberance and celebration marked this historic occasion. The Indian Space Research Organisation offered live coverage of the momentous event on its official website. Simultaneously, DD National TV, the national broadcaster, captivated audiences with a live telecast that commenced at 5:27 p.m.. The Chandrayaan-3 mission, which commenced its journey from Sriharikota on July 14, captured the collective imagination and pride of the nation.

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