The last 7 minutes of the 203 day trip and the Indian Dr. Swati Mohan’s team

NASA Mars Rover Landing: A rover sent by the US space agency NASA has landed on the surface of Mars. Landing any planet on Mars rover is considered the most risky in space science.

NASA Mars Rover Landing: A rover sent by the US space agency NASA has landed on the surface of Mars. Landing any planet on Mars rover is considered the most risky in space science and among the scientists involved in this dangerous mission, Indian-American Dr. Swati Mohan has played a very important role.

There is a kind of pressure on NASA and especially those working to control it. Swati Mohan was also involved. NASA engineer Dr. Swati Mohan said that the touchdown on Mars has been confirmed. Now he is ready to examine the signs for the possibility of life.

At a time when the whole world was witnessing this historic landing, Drs. Swati Mohan was coordinating with the project team.

Find out who Swati Mohan is

Apart from being a system engineer, he also looks after the team during the development process. As well as scheduling mission control staffing. NASA scientist Dr. Swati was one year old when she moved to America from India. He spent most of his childhood in the Virginia and Washington DC metro areas. At the age of 9 he first saw Star Trek in which he was impressed by the beautiful depiction in the sky and decided that he would find such new planets in the sky. He then earned a degree in aerospace engineering and later a PhD.

Dr. Swati Mohan has been a part of many important missions

Dr. Swati Mohan has been a member of the Mars Rover Mission at Propulsion Laboratory at NASA since the beginning. Mohan has been involved in various NASA missions. She was involved in projects that flew on Saturn as well as the Moon. After a 203-day trip, the Fortitude was eventually sent by NASA and the largest rover reached the surface of Mars. The rover’s 7-minute landing on Mars pulled everyone’s breath and it landed successfully.

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