A space historian’s perspective of the early days of the Indian space activities

Space historian Asif Siddiqi talks about the early days of India’s space activities, the role of Sarabhai and the shares some intricate insights about the foundations of the Indian space program.

Asif Siddiqi is Associate Professor of History at Fordham University and specializes in the history of science and technology and modern Russian history. His interests include the history of Soviet science and technology, popular science in Russian culture, the Soviet space program, and myth and memory in the Soviet context.


More about Asif – https://www.fordham.edu/info/20762/faculty/6428/asif_siddiqi 

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