A copy of the Bhagwan Gita, a picture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the names of 25,000 people will be launched into space by the Satish Dhawan satellite and Pollar Satellite
|Copy of Bhagwat Gita ,PM Narendra Modi Picture and 25,000 Manned signature spacecraft will be released via Satish Dhawan Satellite and Polar Satellite|
A copy of the Bhagwat Gita, a picture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the names of 25,000 people will be launched into space by the Satish Dhawan satellite, or SD SAT, the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) later this month.
One of the founding fathers of India’s space program through Space Kids India, a company dedicated to promoting space science among students, will also carry three scientific pavilions named nanosatells, named after the fathers – one for space radiation studies, the other for manetic field and a low-power wide area.
‘There’s a lot of tension in the group now. This will be our first satellite to be deployed in space. We will finalize the mission, we have asked people to send their names which will be sent into space. And, in one week we have registered 25,000 entries. One thousand of these names have been sent from outside India. There is a school in Chennai that has sent everyone’s name. The reason behind our decision to do so is that it will touch people’s interest in missions and space science, ”said Dr. Kesan, Founder and CEO of Spacekids India.
People who sent their names were given a ‘boarding pass’.
Casson added that they have decided to send a copy of the Gita into space like other space missions carrying sacred texts such as the Bible. ‘We have added the Prime Minister’s name and picture to the top panel with the word self-respect mission. The satellite has been fully developed and invented in India, including electronics and circuitry, ‘he said.
Engraved on the bottom panel are Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) Chairperson Dr. K. Sivan and Scientific Secretary Dr. And the name of Ummeshwar.
The satellite will be transferred to the spaceport at Sriharikota on Sunday following ISRO’s recommendation and some design changes. ‘Before sending the satellite, I am conducting last minute checks. We had to test at ISRO and replace the solar panel in our satellites because there was a problem with the resin and a few cells had bulges. But the idea was that the whole two things would come out into space in three to three days, ‘said Keshan.
It is one of two satellites developed by Indian startups to be operated by ISRO for the first time since the country recognized the presence of non-governmental organizations in space spending in June last year.
The PSLV-C51 mission, scheduled for February 28, will have 20 co-passenger satellites, including the Brazilian Earth observation satellite Amazonia-1, an ISRO nanosellite, three Unitsat by an academic consortium and an exhibition satellite and a start-up Pixel. Included as Space Technologies). Will be sent into space.
Pixel plans to build a star of 30 Earth observation satellites by December 2022. Which will provide global coverage every 24 hours thereafter.