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|Key Titles and Phrases||Count||Lang||Last Seen|
|Indian Space Research Organization||18.99%|
|Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter||0.89%|
|Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre||0.89%|
|International Space Station||0.89%|
|Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle||0.70%|
|Global Positioning System||0.60%|
|Indian Space Research Organization||0.19|
|Marius Ioan Piso||0.0095|
|Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter||0.009|
|Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre||0.009|
|International Space Station||0.0082|
|Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle||0.007|
|Jean Yves Le Gall||0.006|
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Madhavan Nair said ( about K Sivan ) : "Certainly when you are dealing with a very complex system, failures are not uncommon. But we have to learn from those failures and correct for the future" "I will totally agree with Dr. Sivan on 98 per cent success rate of Chandrayaan-2 mission"
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Pallava Bagla says ( about K Sivan ) : “It's only the brave hearted space agencies that do missions to other planets". Wishing you clear skies and wide eyes. BENGALURU, INDIA - AUGUST 26: Dr K Sivan, widely known as the Rocket Man of India, is a 62 year old home grown aerospace engineer, currently Chairman of the Indian space agency and head of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) stands next to Corbis via Getty Images. At 4.25 P.M. Eastern Time on Friday, September 6, India will Whether its daring Chandrayaan-2 mission is a success or not remains to be seen. However, its lander, called Vikram, and its rover, named Pragyan, are just a taster of what the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has planned for the exploration of space in the coming decade. Next up comes a landmark mission to put Indian ‘gaganaut’ astronauts into low-Earth orbit, balloons on Venus, and even an attempt to land on Mars. Gaganyaan: Indian spaceflight (2022) August 15, 2022. The 75th anniversary of India's independence’s from the U.K is ISRO’s target date to put three Indian astronauts into orbit for the first time. Its Gaganyaan ("Orbital Vehicle") mission will put as many as three Indian 'Gaganauts' into space. "India calls it human spaceflight rather than 'manned' spaceflight because it plans to send a woman,”
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