Published: 28 Dec 2021 07:30 am
Updated: 28 Dec 2021 07:30 am
Mumbai: In the James Webb Space Telescope Project Indian female scientist The details of who worked for one are now revealed.
NASA, the US space agency, in collaboration with the European Space Agency and the Canada Research Center James Webb Has developed the Space Telescope (JWST).
The telescope was successfully launched into space last Saturday by an Ariane-5 rocket from the Koru space base in French Guiana, South America. The telescope was designed at a cost of Rs 75 billion.
NASA scientists say the telescope can detect various scientific wonders, including how the world came to be.
Even though the stars usually die, their light is still available to us because they are many light years away. Even if that star dies you can keep its light and explore it. This is also true of stars that died millions of years ago James Webb The telescope is about to explore.
Numerous scientists have worked on this space telescope project. In which Indian Scientist Dr. Hashima Hassan is one of them. Scientists from 7 countries, including India, participated in the project. Born in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, Hashima Hasan has added pride to Indians by participating in this project.
Commenting on this, Dr. Hashima said, “Everyone in the family, including my grandmother, was amazed when Russia’s Spartsputnik spacecraft was launched. That’s when I became interested in space. When humans landed on the moon I also dreamed that one day I would be working at NASA. That dream has come true. I would like to do various research in the field of space. ”
Hashima worked at the Tata Institute for Fundamental Research (DIFR) in Mumbai and later went on to study for a doctorate in nuclear science at Oxford University in London. He then went to the United States and joined NASA in 1994 as a scientist. It is noteworthy that he is currently seeking glory for India by joining the Space Telescope Project.