Indian national flag raised in space, ISS

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New Delhi: On the occasion of Independence Day, the tricolor was hoisted proudly at the International Space Center together with the country and abroad. Indian-origin astronaut Raja Chari, who was present at the International Space Centre, shared some images on his Twitter account. Raja Chari belongs to NASA. He is currently on the International Space Station.

Raja Chari placed the Indian tricolor on a window of the Space Center and clicked pictures. Sharing the photos on Twitter, he wished Indians on their 75th Independence Day. During this, he also mentioned the contribution of Indians all over the world including NASA. During this, he also shared a photo of Hyderabad taken from the space where his father’s house is.

Chari wrote in his tweet, “On the eve of India’s independence, I miss Indians. He said that I can also see my father’s house from the space that shines on the occasion of Independence Day. “NASA is the only place where Indian-Americans look forward to celebrating India’s Independence Day,” he said.On the other hand, India’s ambassador to the US Taranjit Singh Sandhu, while responding to the Chari’s message, wrote: “The tricolor in space. Rate Raja Chari’s message.”

Space Kids India shared the video of Tiranga in space

On the other hand, Space Kids India has also shared a video in which the tricolor is seen waving 30 km above the Earth’s surface. We tell you that Space Kids India is an aerospace organization that produces young scientists for the country. Space Kids India was in the news recently when ISRO’s small satellite launch vehicle made its maiden flight about a week ago.

Astronaut Samantha also gave best wishes

Before August 15, Italian-born astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti also extended 75th Independence Day greetings to the people of India on behalf of the European Space Agency (ESA), NASA and other partners international In a video shared by ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation), Samantha said, “Congratulations from the International Space Centre. It’s a pleasure to congratulate India on 75 years of independence.

In response to Samantha’s message, ISRO thanked all partners of the space station and wrote, “Thank you NASA, ESA and all partners of International Space Station for best wishes on Azadi’s Amrit Mahotsav” .





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