Chandrayaan, India’s most ‘ambitious’ space project till date, has much in store for Assam to rejoice.
The pivotal role played by Assam’s Dr JN Goswami is well known when it comes to Chandrayaan-1.
He was the principal scientist of the mission and was also an integral part of the Chandrayaan-2.
Apart from him, one more important part of the mission is Dipak Kumar Das.
He is the director of Space Applications Centre (SAC), ISRO.
The SAC had a pivotal role in Chandrayaan-2’s successful launch.
The Chandrayaan-1 mission launched in 2008 was successful in tracing water molecules on the moon.