India meet its energy needs from moon by 2030 – ISRO next mission
Recently with success full launch of 104 satellites by ISRO Indian space reseach organisation. Its is planning something new this time. Its not a big one a new one from ISRO to achieve new heights that no other space research organisation in the world had achieved. It became the most successful space research organisation and now the entire world is looking at it for its great achievements.
The energy requirements of India are huge and in future all the resources may diminish with the current rate of usage of energy needs.
ISRO Scientist Sivanthanu pillai a distinguished professor at ISRO mentioned on Saturday (18th February 2017) that the country may meet its energy demands from the moon by 2030.
While delivering the valedictory address at the three-day Observer Research Foundation (ORF)-Kalpana Chawla Space Policy Dialogue, organised by ORF he said that mining Helium – 3 from the moon the country may meet its energy requirements as moon is a rich source of helium – 3. He also added that the mission will be accomplished by 2030. and is this mission will be a success full one their will not be any scarcity of resources for energy.
Already many countries are already started exploring on this issue and now isro had its stpe towards and as usual it is trying hard to make it a successful step before the other countries could.
By achieving many great heights ISRO is now planning this huge mission to make the country proud again and by making this event success ISRO will reach heights that no country achieved.
All the best to ISRO.