Tiranga in Space: Flag Unfolded in Space, Greetings from ISS

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Celebrating 75 years of independence by flying the Tiranga in Space.

Space Kids India tweeted a video of a special Nano-Satellite Launch Vehicle (NSLV). Unfurling the Tricolour Indian flag,Tiranga at a special distance of 30 kilometers from space. On Independence Day, India was not only unfurl across the country and worldwide but also in space this Monday.

On the occasion of India’s 75th Independence Day, Space Kidz, a Space organization station that creates the youngest scientists for the country. They unfolded the Indian Flag in outer order to celebrate the 75th Independence Day of India. Recently, “AzaadiSAT”, a satellite designed by Space Kids India. It was launched into space with the help of ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) with a mission called SSLV-D1 Mission.

The International Space Station wishes India a happy 75th anniversary of independence.

On August 13, ISRO shared a video that shows Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti, he is sending Independence Day greetings. From the ISS on behalf of NASA and all the international partners of the orbital laboratory. It is a pleasure to congratulate India on 75 years of independence. For decades, international agencies have cooperated with the Indian Space Research Organisation on many space and science missions. And that cooperation continues to date, “Cristoforetti said.

Indian-American NASA Astronaut Raja Chari shared a picture featuring the Indian flag. And resting on one of the cupola windows of the International Space Station (ISS). The astronaut wished the Indian diaspora on India’s 76th Independence Day. Underscored the contributions of Indians across the globe, including at NASA. He even shared a picture of Hyderabad taken from the space station as it is his immigrant father’s hometown.

@Astro_Raja-“On Indian Independence Eve, I’m reminded of the Indian diaspora. That I could see from @Space_Station, where my immigrant father’s hometown of Hyderabad shines bright. NASA is just one place Indian Americans make a difference every day. “I’m looking forward to the @IndianEmbassyUS celebration”. Responding to Chari’s message, India’s Ambassador to the US, Taranjit Singh Sandhu, wrote, “Tiranga in Space.” Indeed, the Indian Diaspora is a vital link in the India-America partnership. “Appreciate Raja Chari’s message”.

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