NASA is ready to support ISRO in building Indian space station

NASA is ready to help ISRO build a space station. PHOTO/DAILY

JAKARTA NASA chief Bill Nelso Nsaid that NASA is ready to work with ISRO to build an Indian space station.

As Wion News reported on Thursday (11/30/2023), Nelson made this statement during his meeting with Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar in Washington, DC

Nelson said that collaboration between NASA and ISRO would be beneficial for both countries. This collaboration will allow the two countries to share technology and experience in building and operating space stations.

Jaishankar welcomed Nelson's statement. He said India is ready to work with NASA to build a space station.

India's space station called Gaganyaan is scheduled to launch in 2025. It will be India's first space station.

This collaboration between NASA and ISRO is a positive step in the bilateral relations between the two countries. This collaboration will strengthen space and technology cooperation between the two countries.

Following are some of the potential benefits of collaboration between NASA and ISRO in building the Indian space station:

Technology and experience sharing: NASA has extensive experience in building and operating space stations. ISRO can learn from NASA's experience in building Gaganyaan.

Increased Bilateral Collaboration: This collaboration will strengthen bilateral collaboration between NASA and ISRO in the field of space and technology.

Increased research and development potential: This collaboration opens up new opportunities for research and development in the space sector.

It is hoped that this collaboration between NASA and ISRO will be beneficial for both countries as well as the international community.

(wbs)