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The point is it seems Tapan Misra has got the green light from GOI to go public. Otherwise, he wouldnt risk making such statements.
So GOI is helpless kid instead of taking action they are crying in public. What does they want to show that by doing this rona dhona in public such attempts will stop.

Our intelligence chiefs should get 100 lashes in back . High level investigation should be done to flush out such scums sitting in between us I know many of them are part of isro, RAW and IB.
 

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I think it's role of IB to investigate such incidents since internal security is their duty. And I am not surprised that whole IB was compromised by CIA way back we all know nambi narayanan case.

Frankly IB is full of useless ips morons who can even sell their mothers and daughters just for few bucks ,so it's expected.

A country who can't even save it's scientists doesn't deserve to grow.
 

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I think it's role of IB to investigate such incidents since internal security is their duty. And I am not surprised that whole IB was compromised by CIA way back we all know nambi narayanan case.

Frankly IB is full of useless ips morons who can even sell their mothers and daughters just for few bucks ,so it's expected.

A country who can't even save it's scientists doesn't deserve to grow.
Ya'll Nibhiars can't forget the Rabinder Singh Scandal. Its was the biggest deep mole of the CIA within the RAW's.
 

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Y'all Nibbiars!
Check this video on Chandrayaan 2's high resolution camera:

This is both encouraging and disappointing.
Encouraging because now our camera is the highest resolution one in Moon's orbit, Better that LRO.
Disappointing on ISRO's release of such small data. Don't know whats wrong with ISRO, same happened with Chandrayaan 1 where also such few papers were done by researchers. Here also how many papers you will expect with such less amount of data.
 

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Y'all Nibbiars!
Check this video on Chandrayaan 2's high resolution camera:

This is both encouraging and disappointing.
Encouraging because now our camera is the highest resolution one in Moon's orbit, Better that LRO.
Disappointing on ISRO's release of such small data. Don't know whats wrong with ISRO, same happened with Chandrayaan 1 where also such few papers were done by researchers. Here also how many papers you will expect with such less amount of data.
Frankly by looking at the number of sabotage attempts they don't want to get any unwanted attention by releasing data.
 

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Y'all Nibbiars!
Check this video on Chandrayaan 2's high resolution camera:

This is both encouraging and disappointing.
Encouraging because now our camera is the highest resolution one in Moon's orbit, Better that LRO.
Disappointing on ISRO's release of such small data. Don't know whats wrong with ISRO, same happened with Chandrayaan 1 where also such few papers were done by researchers. Here also how many papers you will expect with such less amount of data.
I think same camera is used in our cartosat class spy satellite so they don't want to reveal its actual resolution.
 
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No space agency releases much data except NASA.
There are tons of papars on each mission of NASA and EuSA. However no idea about Jaxa, Chinese missions and other agencies. Russia releases data although very late.
 

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There are tons of papars on each mission of NASA and EuSA. However no idea about Jaxa, Chinese missions and other agencies. Russia releases data although very late.
Isro will also release data but very late.
 

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Frankly by looking at the number of sabotage attempts they don't want to get any unwanted attention by releasing data.
Just release more pics of similar areas as shown in the vids. Some of the pics are really mind blowing.
I checked the comments, all White nibbas are blown away by the clarity.
Some Indians mentioned about the unwillingness of ISRO scientists to release any data after they had met some of the scientists. Must be due to past incidents of many scientist end being dead.
 

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Just release more pics of similar areas as shown in the vids. Some of the pics are really mind blowing.
I checked the comments, all White nibbas are blown away by the clarity.
Some Indians mentioned about the unwillingness of ISRO scientists to release any data after they had met some of the scientists. Must be due to past incidents of many scientist end being dead.
I also think that we are already facing continuos sabotage attempts and conspiracies so why to attract more.
 

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Y'all Nibbiars!
Check this video on Chandrayaan 2's high resolution camera:

This is both encouraging and disappointing.
Encouraging because now our camera is the highest resolution one in Moon's orbit, Better that LRO.
Disappointing on ISRO's release of such small data. Don't know whats wrong with ISRO, same happened with Chandrayaan 1 where also such few papers were done by researchers. Here also how many papers you will expect with such less amount of data.
ISRO gives core data on need to know basis to other space agencies/universities and scientific communities. I know them from the time I dealt with ISRO for my University satellite program SRMSAT.
 

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2 Flight Surgeons To Leave For Russia To Train For Gaganyaan Mission.

Two flight surgeons will soon fly to Russia where they will get hands-on experience in space medicine from their Russian counterparts for the Gaganyaan mission, an Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) official said on Sunday.
The flight surgeons are doctors from the Indian Air Force who have specialised in aerospace medicine.

"The flight surgeons will leave soon. They will get hands-on training with flight surgeons in Russia," the official said.

Training of astronauts is a critical aspect of the human space mission project. Flight surgeons are responsible for astronauts' health before, during and after a flight.

The flight surgeons will also get to train with the prospective astronauts, the official said.

The four test pilots of the Indian Air Force, chosen for India's first manned mission to space, have been undergoing training at the Yu.A. Gagarin Research and Test Cosmonaut Training Centre near Moscow since February last year.

Named after Yuri Gagarin, the first human to journey into outer space, the Center was built to support manned space programmes, space exploration activities, space engineering, cosmonauts'' training, as well as ensuring their safety in space and providing post-flight rehabilitation programmes for cosmonauts.

The training of Indian astronauts has been affected due to the coronavirus-induced lockdown in Russia, and they are expected to be back in India by March.

The flight surgeons will also travel to France for training.

"The French module of space surgeons training will be more theoretical in nature," the official added.

In 2018, flight surgeon Brigitte Godard, who was with French space agency CNES then, had visited India to start the training of physicians and engineers.

France has a well-established mechanism for space medicine. It also has the MEDES space clinic, a subsidiary of CNES, where space surgeons undergo training.

Gaganyaan, an ambitious mission to send three Indians to space by 2022, could be slightly delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has hit ISRO's supplies from the industry, the official said.
 

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ISRO to adopt 100 Atal Tinkering Labs across the country for mentorship and promoting STEM and Space Education


Posted On: 11 JAN 2021 3:58PM by PIB Delhi



In an exciting online event today, Atal Innovation Mission, NITI Aayog and Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) announced that ISRO will be adopting 100 Atal Tinkering Labs across the country to promote education in the field of STEM, Space education and space technology related Innovations for school students.


Addressing the virtual event through a special message, NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Dr. Rajiv Kumar said, “I am extremely elated that different departments and ministries of the Government of India are working in synergy to create an ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’. The collaboration between NITI Aayog and Indian Space Research Organization is one of the prime examples of such effort.


This is a great opportunity for our young budding space researchers and astronauts to learn from the best minds of our country, and become living inspirations for their school, families and local communities.”


Gracing the occasion, ISRO Chairman Dr K. Sivan expressed hope that the step shall help promoting innovation and the spirit of experiential learning among the school kids compared to traditional learning. He also opined that this project based learning will improve the attitude towards research right from the school days. With today’s adoption of 100 ATLs, distributed geographically in line with ISRO’s presence across the country, the organization is taking a small step in engaging with the students, towards giving them direction in pursuing their space dreams as a part of ‘Atma Nirbhar Bharat’. Scientists and engineers from ISRO centers, in close coordination with Capacity Building Program Office, ISRO Headquarters, shall actively mentor the kids as well as interact with teachers in these ATLs for encouraging experiments, brainstorming ideas and spreading awareness in space activities. Dr. Sivan also announced invitation to the students associated with these Atal Tinkering Labs, to one of the launches as guests, to witness the launch from Sriharikota.


An Atal Tinkering Lab provides a makerspace where young minds can give shape to their ideas through hands on do-it-yourself mode; and learn innovation skills. To foster entrepreneurship and innovation, Atal Innovation Mission, NITI Aayog has established over 7000 ATLs across the country so far enabling over 3 Million+ students between Grade VI to Grade XII acquire a problem solving, tinkering and innovative mindset. Through this collaboration, ISRO will facilitate coaching and mentoring of students in advanced cutting-edge technologies of the 21st century including those related to space. The students will not only gain only theoretical but also practical and application-based knowledge of STEM and Space Education related concepts such as Electronics, Physics, Optics, Space Technology, Material sciences and many more.


“I am proud to share that NITI Aayog is collaborating with ISRO to make advancements in space technology via Atal Innovation Mission and its initiatives, such as ARISE, Atal Incubation Centers, Atal Community Innovation Centers, and Atal Tinkering Labs.


I am glad that to nurture our future space scientists, ISRO in collaboration with their regional research centers are adopting 100 Atal Tinkering Labs, where ISRO scientists and researchers will personally guide and mentor the young innovators in the field of STEM education and Space technology.”, added NITI Aayog CEO Shri Amitabh Kant.


“We currently are witnessing an extremely exciting time in Space Technology. ISRO has been a global pioneer and innovative leader in this area with many crucial landmark achievements for India in the recent past. Recently ISRO has also opened up to startups and private players pitching in, and the future of space industry is very promising. This collaboration with ISRO will add great impetus to the opportunities provided by ATLs to young school students to learn in space technologies and innovate for the country” said Mr. Ramanathan Ramanan, Mission Director, Atal Innovation Mission, adding “By providing access to the latest technologies, it not only aligns with the vision of the NEP 2020 but also paves the way for an Aatmanirbhar Bharat.”


Atal Innovation Mission had earlier collaborated with ISRO for the Aatmanirbhar Bharat ARISE-ANIC Initiative along with four other ministries to spur applied research and innovation in Indian MSMEs and startups.
 

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