Independence Day: After the earth and the sea, now the tricolor floated in space, the organization promoting space science did this

Space Kids India hoists the tricolor at an altitude of 1,06,000 feet above the earth

Today, on the occasion of 75th anniversary of our country’s independence, this time the echo of the tricolor of our Aan, Baan and Shaan is being heard all over the world. Be it earth, sky or sea. The tricolor has been hoisted everywhere. For the first time, the tricolor has been hoisted at a height of 30 km from the earth. This time, Space Kids India, an organization promoting space science among children, hoisted the tricolor at an altitude of 1,06,000 feet above the earth. According to Business Today, children have been hoisted with the help of special balloons as part of the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga Abhiyan’ to commemorate the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence. On the other hand, the tricolor has also been hoisted in the deep sea of ​​Andaman and Nicobar.

Let us tell you that in a statement issued by Space Kids India, it has been said that hoisting the flag above the earth is a mark of respect and tribute to all these freedom fighters and proud of those who have done everything to maintain the pride of India. Days working hard. Space Kids India has recently launched a satellite for low earth. On the other hand, messages have been sent from space on the 75th anniversary of India’s independence. Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti, working on the International Space Station, has sent a video message wishing Indians.

Meanwhile, Indian-origin astronaut Raja Cheri has also extended his Independence Day wishes. NASA astronaut Raja Cheri has now returned to the International Space Agency after a 6-month mission. He said that there is a long history of cooperation between NASA and ISRO. The NASA collaboration, which began in the early days of the space age when ISRO was working on rocket sounding in India, continues today. Even today we are working together on space and earth science missions.

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