'Moon mission showcase for Indian expertise'

'Moon mission showcase for Indian expertise'

He was addressing a gathering of research scholars and students at a national conference on ‘Recent trends in Communication, Electronics and Information Technology’ conducted by the CMR Institute of Technology here on Thursday. “Our innovations, involvement and team work contributed to the success of the Chandrayaan -I,” he said.

He said that the lunar mission has placed India among the elite club of the globe. “Our mission has been regarded as one of the most successful missions across the world,” he said.

Speaking on the Chandrayaan-I benefits, Anna Dorai said that the lunar mission has already begun to bear fruits.

The unmanned lunar exploration includes lunar orbiter and an impactor. India launches spececraft by a modified version of the PSLV C11 on October 27, 2008 from Sriharikota.
“We have already got 11 instruments working successfully and sending data related to many scientific experiments,” he said. Commenting on the current recession that has impacted the Information Technology  sector, Anna Dorai observed that the country’s advancement in the telecommunication industry will not be hampered in the long run. He suggested research scholars to acquire mastery over existing technologies in the field of Telecommunication and Information Technology which contribute to innovations in space related activities.

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