Early days of ISRO as told by Project Director for APPLE

Vasagam talks about his career in ISRO that started in 1965 to then leading India’s first experimental geostationary satellite called Ariane Passenger Payload Experiment (APPLE).

Vasagam joined India’s space program in 1965 while it was still Indian National Committee for Space Research. While at ISRO, he worked across functions including launch, planning and evaluation group, control systems, satellite center and advanced technology and planning. He was the Project Director for India’s first indigenous geostationary communication satellite project, APPLE during 1977–1983. In 1994, he took over as the Director, Directorate of Advanced Technology and Planning, ISRO Headquarters, Bangalore.

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A diplomat’s experience of dealing with ISRO and India’s space interests

Ambassador Rakesh Sood talks about his career and experiences as an Indian diplomat who handled outer space related issues. We also talk about the more recent issues of integrating space capabilities as a part of foreign policy interests.

Full profile of Amb Rakesh Sood – https://www.orfonline.org/people-expert/rakesh-sood/

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