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Mission Mars

India's Quest for the Red Planet

Lele, Ajey

2014, XV, 125 p. 16 illus. in color.

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  • Significant amount of public interest on the subject which showcases demonstration of the scientific achievements
  • After successful Moon mission, India's Mars mission has both scientific and geopolitical connotations
  • Missions to same destination are expected from few other state too during the same time
The objective of the book is to find an answer to the rationale behind the human quest for the Mars exploration. As a comprehensive assessment for this query is undertaken, it is realized that the basic question ‘Why Mars?’ seeks various responses from technological, economic and geopolitical to strategic perspectives. The book is essentially targeted to understand India’s desire to reach Mars. In the process, it also undertakes some implicit questioning of Mars programmes of various other states essentially to facilitate the setting up of the context for an assessment.
 
The book is divided into two parts:
Part I: This covers both science and politics associated with Mars missions in global scenario and discusses the salient features of various Mars Missions undertaken by various countries.
Part II: This provides details in regards to India’s Mars Mission.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Deep Space Programme - Geopolitical Strategies - Mars Exploration - Mars Mission

Related subjects » Astronomy - Mechanical Engineering - Political Science

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