Chandrayaan-2, India’s Moon mission, has been launched from Andhra Pradesh’s Sriharikota. GSLV Mk-III-M-1 is carrying three robotics to the Moon. But, this time two women scientists of ISRO were working behind the scene and made it possible for India. Not only that, 30 per cent of the members working on the Chandrayaan-2 mission are women, as mentioned by K Sivan, Chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation. This mission was leading by two women scientists of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). Muthayya Vanitha was leading the Chandryaan-2 and on the other hand Ritu Karidhal was working as Mission Director. It had never happened before when women power is heading this much of highly important ISRO mission.
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Muthayya Vanitha is an electronics system engineer and has the heavy burden of handling the mission. She was responsible for data handling systems for India’s remote sensing satellites. Initially Vanitha was reluctant to accept the responsibility. However, M Annadurai, the project director of Chandrayaan-1 did not falter in his persistence. He believed that she has excellent problem-solving skills and team management capabilities and handed her the responsibility. She was also awarded as best woman scientist in year 2006.Ritu Karidhal, the mission director of Chandrayaan-2 was the Deputy Operations Director for the Mars mission. Karidhal has a Master’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru. She is responsible for the spacecraft’s outward autonomy system. Karidhal is also known as the ‘rocket woman’ of India. She has received the ISRO Team Award for MOM, Women Achievers in Aerospace, among other accolades.
Both the women have two decades of experience. They also share another common thing between them – they both have gruelling work hours.
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