My articles on Indian space
Here are all notable articles and blog posts I’ve published on India’s largely successful—but also very opaque—space program, including all of its planetary missions. I keep updating any evergreen posts within this list, and will maintain the list itself for the convenience of readers, so make sure to bookmark this page.
🚀 Space missions
What we know about India's Chandrayaan 3 Moon landing mission
Indian Space Progress, my newsletter dedicated to covering developments across the entire (civil) Indian space landscape
India’s Shukrayaan orbiter to study Venus for over four years
The Chandrayaan 2 orbiter is creating the highest resolution map of the Moon
Chandrayaan 2, India’s first mission to attempt a Moon landing
Preparing for India’s Yuri Gagarin moment with Gaganyaan (old piece but some information on progress to that point is still relevant)
India’s Astrosat and NASA’s Chandra co-discover a rapidly spinning black hole
Initial lunar science results from the Chandrayaan 2 orbiter
India’s Mars orbiter completes six years at the red planet, but where is the science?
Book review: Those magnificent women and their stories that must be told
ISRO needs night survival technologies for future Moon missions and beyond
✨ Interesting bits
Interviewing Chandrayaan 1’s Mission Director on India’s role in the new Moon race
Explainer – Why did it take so long to find the Chandrayaan 2 lander?
💛 Personal angle
In all, the Indian space trajectory looks promising and exciting. I can’t wait to write more about it, and do my bit in pushing Indian space, and therefore global space exploration too, forward. :D
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