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Google Doodle Respecting ISRO Creator Vikram Sarabhai's 100th Birth Anniversary



Google Doodle is respecting Dr. Vikram Sarabhai's 100th birthday celebration with a doodle today. Considered the Father of the Indian space program, Vikram Sarabhai was an honor winning physicist, industrialist, and trailblazer who set up Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO).
Google Doodle Respecting ISRO Creator Vikram Sarabhai's 100th Birth Anniversary
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NEW DELHI: Google Doodle is respecting Dr. Vikram Sarabhai's 100th birthday celebration with a doodle today. Considered the Father of the Indian space program, Vikram Sarabhai was an honor winning physicist, industrialist, and trailblazer who set up Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO).

Prior called the Indian National Committee for Space Research, ISRO was built up in 1962 by him.

Conceived in Ahmedabad in 1919 on this day, Vikram Sarabhai went to Gujarat College before procuring his doctorate from Cambridge University.

Subsequent to coming back to India, he established the Physical Research Laboratory (PRL) in Ahmedabad on November 11, 1947, when he was 28-years of age.

Vikram Sarabhai effectively persuaded the Indian legislature of the significance of a space program after the Russian Sputnik launch. Dr. Sarabhai had stated, "There are some who question the importance of space activities in a creating country. To us, there is no uncertainty of purpose... We should be best in class in the use of application of advanced technologies to the genuine issues of man and society."

Dr. Homi Bhabha, broadly viewed as the father of India's nuclear science program, bolstered Vikram Sarabhai in setting up the first rocket launching station in India. The debut flight was launched on November 21, 1963, with a sodium vapor payload.

Vikram Sarabhai's dialogue with NASA in 1966 helped the dispatch of the Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE) during July 1975 - July 1976 years after his demise in 1971.

He additionally began a venture for the manufacture and launch of an Indian Satellite. Subsequently, the main Indian satellite, Aryabhata, was placed in orbit in 1975 from a Russian Cosmodrome.

He was additionally the Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission. Vikram Sarabhai alongside other Ahmedabad-based industrialists assumed a noteworthy job in the making of the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.

A cavity on the moon was named in his respect in 1973. ISRO likewise launched the Chandrayaan-2 this year and the Vikram lander is scheduled to contact down on the lunar surface on September 7.

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