“Indian Space Research organisation came out with the major milestone in 2014, the chairman of ISRO, Dr. K. Radhakrishnan headed in the top ten lists in the Nature Journal.”
Chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Dr. K. Radhakrishnan is one of the 2014 top ten scientists that decided by the most elegant journal ‘Nature’. This is the ever first time that a Nature journal has selected an Indian who was really working hard in India from many years. Dr. K. Radhakrishnan is selected together with the other great people such as “Andrea Accomazzo, the Rosetta flight operations director, European Space Agency.” This showed a real respect to the nation.
The hidden motives for opting Dr. Radhakrishnan slurs all into the fruitfully instigate of Mangalyaan into Mars planet which was done on last September 24, 2014.The nation, India is basically the ever first country that has done its initial trial and also the primary Asian country to arrive at Mars. The ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) got over two other chief great ways in this year, 2014.
In the month of January, the space organisation attained prominent victory with the spaceflight which is build with an Indian cryogenic engine and stage. The nation has been thoroughly functioning solid for a few years to tremendously expand a cryogenic engine to get better the dependability of GSLV rockets and to obtain the rocket to superior heights. The most recent launch of the heaviest and tallest GSLV Mark III and the winning re-entry of the unmanned group module were the other signpost successes.
As we know that Dr. K. Radhakrishnan had worked in many tremendous operations before the stand of ISRO’s Chairman, the thing is very atural to happen because of his experience and the most wanted talent. At that instant, he was in Ocean Development Department for 5 years (2000-2005) and was played a prominent role as a Founder Director of the Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS), Hyderabad. And the most important thing to be seen is that, Dr. Radhakrishnan owes to retire on December 31, 2014.