Indian Space Research Organisation

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  • Oral History Project Analysis

    answered that the Russians were pretty far into their space program as well it shows that everyone knew it was about not who got to the moon, but who got there first. The answer also showed that the cold war was big thing during the time period. America and the Soviets always competing to show who was superior. When asked about his feeling about someone landing on the moon Darell gave a response that showed just how revolutionary the space program technology was. He said it was amazing to think that you can go outside and look up at the moon and realize that, even with it being so far away, someone had been up there. It was probably astonishing at the time because not even all people had cars growing up when he did, and now someone had gone all the way to the moon. The sheer magnitude of this incredible technology had to be quite amazing to lots of Americans and the answer at this part of the interview really showed it. Not all questions had such exuberant answers though. A lot of the space program questions seemed to get reluctant and unsure answers. Questions like do you remember the astronauts who landed on the moon, an answer that many kids my age know, got an unsure response followed by some thinking to name an astronaut. This is probably do to the other important things going on in the country at the time. Things like the Vietnam War, issues in civil rights, and the protesting of war all affected people’s daily lives. The space program, as amazing as it was, didn’t…

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  • Apj Abdul Kalam Book Report

    researchers. He was an Aerospace architect, educator, and chancellor of the Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST), who served as the eleventh President of India from 2002 to 2007. Amid his term as President, he was famously known as the People 's President. Prior to his term as India 's leader, he filled in as an aeronautical designer with DRDO (Defense Research and Development Organization) and ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization). He was in charge of the advancement of…

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  • Coevolution Vs Co-Opetition Essay

    and ISRO in space science. It was considered that ESA-ISRO collaboration on Chandrayaan-1 was an opportunity for Europe to expand its competence in lunar science while tightening the long-standing relationship with India - an ever stronger space power". ISRO had launched ESA's PROBA satellite on board its PSLV in October 2001. Technology transfer  ISRO receives microwave remote sensing data from ESA's ERS-1 and ERS-2 satellites which is used for several applications.  Many ISRO scientists have…

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  • Chumbak Case Study

    We have decided to base our project on expansion possibilities of brand ‘Chumbak’ in Dehradun which is a tier two city in the state of Uttarakhand. Chumbak was founded in 2010 as an idea for creating a range of fun souvenirs for India and Indians. It started with souvenirs stocked in multi brand outlets and with the success the company opened pop up stores throughout the country along with an online store. The latest strategy of the company is to open up flagship stores which will have…

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  • Effects Of Cyber Crime Essay

    [W]e live in a society exquisitely dependent on science and technology, in which hardly anyone knows anything about science and technology. The convergence of computer networks and telecommunications facilitated by the digital technologies has given birth to a common space called ‘cyberspace’. This cyberspace has become a platform for major human activities which converge on the Internet 21st Century . The cyberspace has, in fact, become the most happening place today. Internet is increasingly…

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  • IAF Advantage

    Indian Air Force: Introduction The Indian Air Force (IAF) is the division of Indian armed forces [1]. Main mission of IAF is to secure Indian airspace and to conduct aerial warfare during armed conflict. However, IAF has also participated in United Nations peacekeeping missions. The IAF was established on 8 Oct 1932. Nowadays maintaining a modern air force is necessary to outsmart the enemies across different geographical locations. Modern and competent military equipment serves as political and…

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  • Australian Culture Essay

    1) Identify the groups of Culturally and Linguistically diverse in Blacktown and propose the main reasons for the formation of these groups. Some of Blacktown’s Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities include: The most common ancestries in the Blacktown area are; Australian (20.7%), English (17.6%), Filipino (7%), Indian (6%), and Irish (4.6%). The most common countries of birth in the Blacktown area are; Australia (57.6%), Philippines (6.4%), India (5.1%), New Zealand (2.5%), Fiji…

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  • Hofstede Essay

    One common critic is that, the work of Hofstede assumes the domestic population as a whole like a homogenous population. However, the fact is that, most nations are made up of different ethnic units with different attributes. Hence, referring to the Hofstede’s findings will eventually cause the character of individuals being neglected and not accessed. As a result, the importance of community is being ignored as focus is put on the nation as a whole. Another limitation is that, cultures are not…

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  • The Impact Of Lean Manufacturing In India

    The “Make in India” campaign launched recently by the Indian Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi is aimed at making India a manufacturing hub and thereby bringing about economic transformation in the country. One of the major objectives of the vision is to make the manufacturing sector contribute to about 22% of the GDP by 2022, going up from the dismal 12.89% in 2013. Going by the 2013 Deloitte Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index, China is ranked 1, while India is ranked fourth having…

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  • Personality And Happiness: Seligman's Theory Of Balanced Life

    It can be defined as ability to do work at any location other them conventional workplace aided by computers and other devices. Studies in U.S.A and E.U have been shown that percentage of teleworkers is rapidly increasing in all developed countries and gaining popularity across the world. Further author has told us about classification of teleworking as individual & collective from and advantage about-positive quality of work life, cost savings, productivity improvement, organisation…

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