Outcomes of Mangalyaan and broadening the horizon of space exploration

Jatan talks about the scope of space science missions in India and how they can be broadened in the future. We discuss deeply about Mangalyaan, its outcomes and potential lessons for the future. 

Jatan Mehta is a science writer passionate about humanity’s future in space. He was the former science officer at TeamIndus Moon Mission. His portfolio can be found at jatan.space and his Twitter profile is @uncertainquark.


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How Australia matured as a NewSpace destination

There are a lot of parallels in terms of how startups in space have been emerging between India and Australia. However, policymakers in Australia have been acting more quickly to support them. In this episode, Jason talks about the early days of NewSpace in Australia and how it has matured in the last few years. 

Prior to founding Saber Astronautics, Dr. Jason Held was a US Army Major for US Space Command and deployed internationally in support of military missions. He was a lead instructor at the Interservice Space Fundamentals Course and an engineer at Army Space and Missile Command Battle Lab.… Click here to read the complete article