After Mission Chandrayaan-2, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) President K.K. Sivan emerged as a hero, on the tongue of every countryman. Sivan’s name has come, yes! ISRO Chief K.K. Sivan will now be awarded the world’s largest space science award.
ISRO chief and well-known scientist of India K.K. Sivan was selected by the International Institute of Aeronautics (IIA) for the “Von Karman Award” 2020.
According to the information, “Von Karman Award” is the largest award of astronomy in the world. ISRO Chief K.K. Sivan is the third Indian to receive this award. K. The award will be presented to Sivan in Paris in March 2021. K. Two Indian scientists Krishnaswamy Kasturirangan and U.R. before Sivan. Rao has received this award.
Please tell that – Mission Chandrayaan-2 was 95 percent successful, thanks to K. It is known to Sivan that, the lander Vikram had lost contact with ISRO just two kilometers before the lunar surface, in September 2019, the whole country was watching this landing through TV.