05 February 2016 News

Aspire to Inspire

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Kanika Anand is a student who has decided that she wants to be among those who take the next step in our journey into space.

Space exploration and the technology that gets us there are exciting to people of all ages. But what inspires the next generation of explorers and engineers to go beyond fascination and actually start a career in the space industry? What are their dreams and visions, and what kind of obstacles are they facing in this environment?

Kanika shares her aspiration on how she wants to inspire everybody around her to start doing something related to space.


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