RocketPanda's brief runthrough of ISRO’s upcoming mission to the Moon - Chandrayaan II.
Well, things just got real. Jump and throw your fist up, 'coz Falcon Heavy is now officially the most powerful rocket in operation!!! I woke up at 6 am to a warm morning (yes, Auburn weather in weird) on Feb 6, 2018 and the first thing that struck me was, thank God I am lucky... Continue Reading →
The biggest and baddest is all set for launch on Feb 6, 2018! (Well, after 7 times of rescheduling, but hey, I am definitely very excited!) From LC 39-A at the Kennedy Space Center towards which all eyes will be directed to on the big day! So what makes this so amazing and sets it... Continue Reading →
First of all, Kudos to the missile woman of India, 'Agniputri' as she is proudly called, Tessy Thomas, project director of Agni-V missile at DRDO. Enter the Agni-V, from the family of Agni missile series, a brain child of Dr. Abdul Kalam. A three-stage solid fuel rocket motor with a range of 5000-8000 km capable of... Continue Reading →
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"Where no man has gone before" , Space - the final frontier. My favorite phrase from the Star Trek franchise pretty much sums up why rockets are significant. Any human soul with a high wanderlust will dream at the least once about frolicking through the boundary-less space jumping from galaxy to galaxy, running through a... Continue Reading →