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2. First of its kind course work in Rocket Science platform by an Eminent Engineer cum Scientist will be available ONLINE.
3. Only 20 students are permitted from a school /college for the entire course work.
4. For Registration contact School management, starts 5 days before the event.
5. The registration is restricted to first 500 students of the course which will be a BENCHMARKING event.
6. The qualified students will also have an opportunity to take part in an INTERNATIONAL event and possibly a visit to MOSCOW
Qualified students can go with advanced courses which are in the pipeline. Launches of different kinds of rockets.
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Rocket science is based on basic science concepts such as Newton's Laws of Motion. The first rocket to reach space was a Nazi Germany V-2 rocket in June 1944.
A rocket cannot escape Earth’s gravity and make it into space unless it’s traveling at least 7 miles per second. The first rocket to launch satellite into space was the Soviet Union Sputnik 8K71PS rocket on October 4th, 1957.
Rockets are propelled forward by their engine using liquid or solid propellant (fuel). A rocket engine doesn’t need air to operate like a jet engine, which allows a rocket engine to work in space.
Rockets are named after the Italian word “rocchetta”, which means “bobbin” or “little spindle”. The first rocket to launch a female human into space was the Soviet Union Vostok-K 8K72K rocket on June 16th, 1963.
Rocket science is based on basic science concepts such as Newton's Laws of Motion. Start your research here with the Rocket Science background information. More About Rocket Science has links to other NASA pages that explain rockets and rocket science.
The theory behind blasting something into space isn’t as complicated as you might think. Putting it into practice, however, is a little bit trickier.
Dr. Pillai also held the responsibility of CEO & MD of BrahMos Aerospace in addition to being Chief Controller. BrahMos Aerospace is a unique Joint Venture, first of its kind between India and Russia to design, develop, produce and market the most advanced supersonic cruise missile. BRAHMOS is a world leader in the family of Cruise Missiles surpassing those in the developed countries. Dr. Pillai is regarded as the “ Father of BrahMos “ which has become a role model for establishing joint ventures between the countries.