Yesterday was a very glorious and significant day for all Indians and every single Indian head held high with the great achievement of Chandrayan 3 soft landing on the south pole of the Moon. It is the hard work and dedication of 1000s of scientists and engineers at ISRO.
When you talk about ISRO one name stands out prominently and that is of Late Dr. Abdul Kalam, without who this institution would have never come to existence. When I had read his biography I was in total awe of him. He came from a very humble background but he was visionary and without him India would have never reached to this stage of space exploration.
First the Mars mission and now the moon mission. Both these missions have been carried out with the lowest budget compared to other countries and have been successful in the first attempt. This puts India on the forefront of Space missions. The scientists of ISRO are promising and they will carry out many such missions in future as well which can bring India ISRO in line with NASA.
The fact is, that today also in NASA there are ao many Indians working and giving their expertise to a foreign company. That day is not far when they would see potential in their home Country and would want to return back.
Me and my family were all glued to our screens to watch this event and when Chandrayan 3 touched the lunar surface it was a exuberating moment for all of us. We all clapped with joy and since then there has been messages floating of this great achievement, as if every single Indian participated in the event.
When India had just started it's space agency the first rocket was transported on a bicycle, it was in 1963. Such were the the humble beginnings of ISRO and from then to now India has come a long way and made big achievements.
India is the first nation to land on the South Pole of the moon and this makes the mission all the more special.
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