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NASA scientist Dr. Swati Mohan has got viral on social media, see people’s reaction

NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration), considered to be the most powerful space agency in the world, may be from the US, but it has only the most working Indian in the agency. That is, the talent of Indians is being heard all over the world. Now the echo of the talent of Indians is heard not only in the world but also on Mars. In fact, a video of Indian-American scientist Dr. Swati Mohan working at NASA is going viral on social media, in which he has a dot on his forehead depicting the culture of India.

US Space Agency NASA’s Perseverance Rover Mission 2020 is considered to be the most dangerous mission of Mars. The role of Indian-American scientist Dr. Swati Mohan is very important in landing this mission on Thursday by NASA’s Perseverance Rover. Who played a large role in the guidance, navigation and control of the Mars 2020 mission. At around 3:55 am Eastern Time (2055 GMT), all of the mission control at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena cheered happily as soon as Dr. Swati Mohan heard the sound of “Touchdown Confirmed”.

NASA has shared photos of its most special mission on Twitter and Twitter. While everyone is praising this mission of NASA, Dr. Swati Mohan’s Bindi is becoming very popular among Indian Twitter users. Swati Mohan was sitting in NASA’s control room to make the mission a success and during this time she also had a dot on her forehead. Along with that, a mask was also seen on his face.

Seeing this dot, the native Twitter users are giving different types of responses. All are very happy with their success.

Tell that when she went to America from India, she was only one year old, after which she grew up in Northern Virginia and Washington. He completed his bachelor’s degree from Cornell University in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. His M.S. And PhD in Aeronautics / Astronautics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

During his career with NASA, Dr. Swati has worked on the Cassini mission for Saturn and GRAIL. And at the same time, she has been associated with flying the spacecraft to the moon in 2013 and the Mars 2020 mission from the very beginning. Dr. Swati says that her interest in space grew after watching Star Trek at the age of nine.

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