New Delhi: The Satellite Launch, which will be launched this month, will carry the ‘Bhagavad Gita’ in space with it, along with a picture of the country’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi. According to reports, a Nano Satellite has been named after Satish Dhawan, the great personality who shaped India’s space mission. It will be the first private sector satellite to go into space along with the Bhagavad Gita, PM Modi’s name and a list of names of 25 thousand people like the second space mission. That being said, the Nano Satellite has been built by Space Kidz India.
In fact, Spacekids India is an institution known for its knowledge of space science among students. The satellite will carry three other payloads, which will include space radiation, research of the magnetosphere and demonstration of limited power sector communication networks.
In a report, the founder and CEO of Spacekids India, Dr. “At the moment, we are all very excited about the mission,” Dr. Kesan was quoted as saying. This will be our first satellite to be deployed in space. When we finalized the mission, we asked people to send names that are to be sent into space. Within a week we have got about 25 thousand names. Apart from India, these names also include the names of people from abroad. There are about 1000 people who are not from India. The people whose names will be sent will also be given its ‘boarding pass’. The plan is to send the names into space because it will increase people’s interest in space science. ”
“Apart from these names, it has been decided to carry the Bhagavad Gita into space on the lines of some space missions,” Kesan said. Explain that before this, holy books like the Bible have been taken into space in space missions.
Regarding the mission, the chairperson of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) Dr. K. Sivan and Scientific Secretary Dr. R. Umamaheswaran’s name is written on the bottom panel. The name and photo of PM Modi will be present in the top panel.
This satellite will be launched by ISRO from its reliable polar satellite launch vehicle ‘PSLV C-51’ along with two other private satellites. India, like some other countries in the world, had decided to privatize the space sector last year. The satellite to be launched is one of the two satellites made by India to be launched for the first time. The PSLV-C51 mission is scheduled for February 28 and will carry Brazil’s Earth observation satellite Ammonia-1 as the primary satellite as 20 co-passenger satellites.