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amrutah
amrutah
11/30/2014 10:12:58 PM
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Re: Asteroid? Moon? Mars?
"Such systems can only help us build initial prototype..."

@SachinEE: I some extent disagree to this.  Usually modelling is helpful new applications using the existing sub-systems.  So accuracy of the sub-system model helps us develop newer applications.  So the modelling accuracy needs to carry on even after the prototype is near to completion stage.

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SachinEE
SachinEE
11/30/2014 2:46:25 PM
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Re: Asteroid? Moon? Mars?
 Just recently I read an article which says India is planning to on a experimental mission to launch GSLV and test is crew capsule (used for man missions to space).

@amrutah, you are right. The launch of of GSLV carrying crew model is scheduled to take off from Sriharikotta anytime between December 15 and 20. This will give huge boost to the ISRO's future plans.


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SachinEE
SachinEE
11/30/2014 2:43:40 PM
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Re: Asteroid? Moon? Mars?
Modelling each and every aspect of the system takes time and if the technology is in its nascence, practical tests is a must (both for building models and checking the existing system).

@amrutah, I totally agree with you. I dont think its possible to model each and every aspect of the system. Such systems can only help us build initial prototype but nothing more than that.


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amrutah
amrutah
11/30/2014 8:45:38 AM
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Re: Asteroid? Moon? Mars?
@SunitaT0: Yes, that's how the measure is. Innovation, Patent holding, Catering to the needs of other countries etc.

   Just recently I read an article which says India is planning to on a experimental mission to launch GSLV and test is crew capsule (used for man missions to space).  Although because of the existing man missions (by other space agencies) all the knowledge is available to the scientists, but there are bound to be some innovations in the regional space.

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amrutah
amrutah
11/30/2014 8:34:57 AM
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Re: Asteroid? Moon? Mars?
SunitaT0: I have to agree on simulations, the machines have got the computational power, the simulators have algorithms to solve complicated mathematics.

  But on the contrary, the simulators need models and to build models it takes quite some time.  Modelling each and every aspect of the system takes time and if the technology is in its nascence, practical tests is a must (both for building models and checking the existing system).

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SunitaT0
SunitaT0
11/30/2014 3:05:15 AM
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Re: Asteroid? Moon? Mars?
I feel that we do need more and more big names coming forward to help this industry to blossom

@chirshadblog, very true. If big names can invest in such projects it would really bring the cost of project down because cost is shared by multiple agencies. 

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SunitaT0
SunitaT0
11/30/2014 3:03:55 AM
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Re: Asteroid? Moon? Mars?
Well there are no direct impact or benefit but surely there are indirect benefits

@chirshadblog, can you please elaborate yourself. What are these direct and indirect benefits ?

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SunitaT0
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11/30/2014 3:00:04 AM
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 So there is job created and then the long term goal, positioning system of its own and a boost to its security.

@amrutah, very true. Infact recently came across new research states that the best way to determine how prosperous a nation is, and how wealthy it will be in, say, five years, is to analyze how productive its scientists are. 

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SunitaT0
SunitaT0
11/30/2014 2:45:10 AM
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Re: Asteroid? Moon? Mars?
 Well you cannot come to a conclusion until its being tested in the practical world itself. 

@chirshadblog, I agree with you. But these days simulations are so realistic that no need to test in practical world. If you have done enough simulations then you can be pretty sure that it will work in real world also.

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amrutah
amrutah
10/31/2014 3:28:34 PM
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Re: Asteroid? Moon? Mars?
chirshadblog:

What do you see as direct and indirect benefits? Benefits to whom? I am really counting for your thoughts on this.

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