Meet the space-crazed teenagers at India’s first private space mission

Jayadevan Pk July 5, 2016 1 min

Team Indus, the country’s first private space mission to the moon is closing in on a launch to land a rover on the moon in 2017. The team is one of the top 3 participants in Google’s Lunar X prize.

Among senior scientists, physicists and engineers are a bunch of space crazed teenagers, learning about the mission and working on projects. Meet Aditi Raghavan, Kabir Walia, Pulkit Bansal and Swagam Dasgupta– four of the youngest participants in the mission in this video.

Recently, Team Indus announced that students from across the world can participate in the mission by sending in their applications through their Lab2Moon project.


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