Indian Scientists Find Four Near Asteroids From Earth, NASA Helps
The team was led by Micah Susatya Rekha who is a school teacher and was awarded the National Teacher Award. Rekha teaches at a school in Andhra Pradesh and Prime Minister Narendra Modi also praised his role in education.
The actions of Indian scientists Asteroid found near Earth The teacher led the team
New Delhi: A team of Indian scientists have discovered four new asteroids near Earth. NASA assisted Indian scientists in the findings, which were conducting research under a training program. The special thing is that in this 6-member team, from teachers to ordinary citizens is also included, which is an example in itself.
The teacher became a leading scientist
According to the website of our partner website WION, the team was led by Mika Susatya Rekha, a school teacher and was awarded the National Teacher Award. Rekha teaches at a school in Andhra Pradesh and Prime Minister Narendra Modi also praised his role in education.
Apart from Rekha, the team included K Kiran Kumar Reddy of Cuddapah district, M Suresh of Vijayawada, Neelkanthiya of Chittoor. In connection with these findings, the team also enlisted the help of the organization Vision Bharti, which works to advance science. Scientists now hope their team will take part in this year’s asteroid campaign at the country’s 75th Independence Day event.
To achieve this milestone, a team of scientists worked hard for about 45 days under the auspices of the Saparishi India Asteroid Campaign. They also used data and images from the Repid Response System and the Panoramic Survey Telescope in this regard.