This Child Created The First Satellite Made From 3D Printing And We Call Him 'Jr Abdul Kalam'

And, yes, he's only 18!

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From inventions like zero to the lightest satellite, Indians will remain to be prominent when it comes to intelligence. And, why would that not be true when people like the late president, APJ Abdul Kalam, continued to make India proud in the field of Research and Science. 

Similarly, we never skip on recognizing the raw talent which the students of the country have and as it turns out, neither does NASA. This 18-year-old chap from Pallapatti yet again will compel you to believe the former. Pallapatti, a town in Tamil Nadu which you did not read about ever before. The prodigy from South, Rifath Sharook, 18 who still is in his teenage recently participated in a competition organized by National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA); an independent aeronautics agency of United States. Nothing new, right? A lot many students appear in similar competitions but Rifath here happened to achieve lots of accomplishment through the same, and you'll be proud of him as an Indian after you read what he did!

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