Gone are the days, when women used to exist for carrying out household work, for getting married, to have kids and to dedicate their life to the kitchen and their family.
Women of the present times have a goal for their existence. A goal which leads them to the betterment of their own life and family. They are smart & they are ambititious. Their talent has paved their way up to success and made them rule all walks of life.
Today, WittyFeed takes pride in making its readers aware about the brains behind the success of India's Mars Orbiter Mission(MOM).
...was India's first interplanetary mission which firmly established country's presence in space research. MOM also known as Mangalyaan, made India the first country across the globe, to accomplish the mission to reach Mars in the very first attempt.
...engraved a date in India's history of space, forever. It was on this day when the Mangalyaan was launched into space by Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). The day gave a memory of a lifetime to the entire country along with ISRO Scientists.
The following are the three women scientists, who were a part of the key team behind the success of MOM.
The Program Director of the ISRO Space Science Program Office. Recalling the great day when Mangalyaan finally launched, she says- "We will never forget it in all our lives…When was in the orbit – those were probably the sweetest words we heard on that day,"
The Project Manager, Mission Design and Deputy Operations Director, Mars Orbiter Mission, ISRO. Sharing her golden experience of the fortunate day, Nandini said, "Every launch gives me butterflies in the stomach. ''I don't think I ever thought I would be working in ISRO Satellite Centre. If you are doing mission operations, you really don't need to watch a science fiction movie. We see that excitement in our day-to-day lives,"
Scientist and Engineer, Project Manager, Methane Sensor for Mars. Talking about the special day of her professional life and said, "When I was small, I saw many scientists wearing white garments and it was so fascinating."