Selection of a site named 'Shiv Shakti': According to scientists it is a message of gender equality in the society
Date - 27/08/2023 Written - Narendra Dudhwa
Indian Space Research Organization scientists on Saturday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi's linking of the landing site of Chandrayaan-3's lander with the name of 'Shiv Shakti' is a message for inclusivity and gender equality.
Indian Space Research Organization scientists welcomed Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is responsible for the success of Chandrayaan-3 mission, for his presence at ISTRAC in Bengaluru.
He said that the Prime Minister's speech would encourage them to do better in future.
According to scientists, the decision to name the Prime Minister is a recognition of the contribution of women across the country.
According to scientists, today is a celebration of 'women power', and recognition of the contribution of women scientists of the Indian Space Research Organisation.
The balance of space requires both 'Shiva' and 'Shakti',
In this way, the Prime Minister's step is to recognize the contribution of women.
Modi ji has inspired us today. We are strong, but we want other women in the country to be empowered and chase their dreams.
A team of one thousand scientists was present at the ISRO Command Center with the Prime Minister to wish him success.
Proud to be a part of successful mission.
Future plans about Chandrayaan-3 are very exciting.
At 6:03 am, on 23 August, Chandrayaan-3's lander Vikram successfully soft-landed in the south polar region of the Moon.
In the following two weeks, the lander and rover, Pragyan, will conduct a make-up maneuver on the lunar surface.