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Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti wants India, ISRO from ISS on seventy fifth Independence Day; video goes viral

As India celebrates its 75th Independence Day on August 15, European Space Company (ESA) astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti congratulated India and the Indian Space Evaluate Organisation (ISRO) from the Global Space Role.

“It’s a pleasure to congratulate India on 75 years of independence. For decades worldwide agencies have cooperated with the Indian Space Evaluate Organisation on many aim and science missions and it continues on the unique time as ISRO works on the pattern of upcoming earth science missions that will relief us tune failures and fetch us a bigger determining of our changing climate,” the astronaut talked about.

“On behalf of ESA, NASA and all worldwide partners, I’d take to want the finest of success to ISRO as it will get ready to ship humans into aim. Rising our partnership with ISRO and exploring the universe collectively is a aim for all of us and for the approach forward for aim exploration,” Samantha Cristoforetti added.

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The video went viral on the get and was shared over 5,800 cases with over 32,000 likes.

Which potential of all members of ISRO for giving an identity of Indian aim analysis to a world presence. On this auspicious occasion of 75 years AZADI all Indians can proudly notify that India has a gigantic contribution on the unique time in aim analysis & science.

— Hiranmoy Talukder (@hiranmaytalukd1) August 13, 2022


Proud 2nd for Indian scientists, all Indian voters right thru the universe. Congratulations India on its 75th birthday. 🙏💐👍

— Bijaya Dixit (@ipsibk) August 13, 2022


ISRO on its Twitter handle thanked NASA and ESA and all its partners at ISS with the hashtag #AzadiKaAmritMahotsav.

(With inputs from Companies)


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