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To mark India's historic 75th year of independence, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will launch a satellite dubbed 'AzadiSAT' developed by 750 girl students from 75 schools across India
Earlier, my father was apprehensive but now when we have made a satellite, he too wants me to pursue my future studies in space and technology,” said Manya Saluja, a Class 10 student of Modern Public School, Delhi who was part of a team of school girls who were mentored by Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) to develop and built a ...
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will launch 75 payloads developed and built by 750 girl students from across India on August 7. The payload is created by 750 students from across the country under the umbrella of Space Kidz India. 68 schools forming 75 teams will be participating in ...
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Developed by 750 girl students from across India, AzadiSAT is the result of ISRO pushing for girls to take up Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). The eight-kilogram CubeSat carries 75 different payloads, each weighing around 50 grams, that will conduct femto-experiments.
One said: "I got one built for my son but he kept sneaking different girls in so I had CCTV put in the garden to catch him out!" The mum replied, confessing: "[that's] the one thing I'm dreading ...
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