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India MARS Mission promising for NASA-ISRO collaboration

Ayan Pramanik Kolkata | Updated on March 13, 2018 Published on April 02, 2013

Astronaut Sunita Williams interacting with students at the National Science Centre (NSC) in New Delhi on Monday. Photo: R V Moorthy

Sunita Williams on Tuesday revived hopes on collaboration between National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) in space exploration missions.

On her visit to Kolkata at the invitation of National Council of Science Museums, the Indian-American astronaut said that she would not only meet with students, but would like to show them the opportunities in space research and missions.

“People (scientists) from NASA and ISRO are talking together. I see that progressing,” Williams told reporters when asked about the two organisations’ plans to cooperate on Moon and Mars missions in future.

India’s Mars Mission, which is scheduled to be launched in November this year, might be promising for the space research organisations to work together.

 

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Published on April 02, 2013
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