Discussion in 'Members Corner' started by divya, Dec 26, 2010.
Come on, ISRO's success:failure ratio isn't as bad as NASA's, if that's any consolation.
It's just a failure. Move on and prepare for the next one. Every major areospace county had such experience, it's a learning curve. China had 12 failures since 1974 and we have a handful people dead because of these failures. Not to mention US and USSR.
There was a time when people laughed at us as "bhookhe nange indians". we cannot take enough "anaj" from the ground and world has moved over to "chand" where do we stand...........
Here we are.. Standing all tall against all odds.
Only a person who does not try anything does not fail... failures are bound to happen if we try..............
There was a day when we started our space program and when the components were transported on bullock cart
there was a time when our entire nation fasted so that we can save some food
there was a time when we all cried because we lost to chinese
there was a time when people laughed at the very concept of india
there was a time when people thought that india will dissolve owing to its diversity
Today on this very forum we have punjabis, Up wallas, telugus, mallus, marathas, tamils, assamese with a common cause and that is being Indians which itself is self portrait of our unity and diversity.
Whoever laughs at it is just show how ignorant he/she is. The real good country will respect science and encourage her people to explore it, even though it means they have to pay the cost sometimes.
The whole human development is based on countless failures.
I think it was just like every other failed launch, but the self destruction of GSLV and pics after that has moved our emotions.
They should work hard, we are planning for plan missions. Best of luck.
This is how we started
And here we are today
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