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I give public talks to inform and inspire kids, students and people at large about space exploration. This page links to recorded podcasts and videos.

Q&A and Podcast appearances

  • Outcomes of India’s Mars orbiter – NewSpace India

  • Does India have a space exploration roadmap? – Tech2

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I often run little side projects for fun and/or to test out ideas. I also have a personal blog if you're interested in my non-science writing. Being a space nerd, I call them all satellite projects. 🛰

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I was a science officer at TeamIndus, where I selected landing sites for their Moon missions, identified science objectives and converted them to engineering requirements. Below are two of my notable works there.

Co-developed a framework with veteran scientist Dr. Jim Head and peers for maximizing science in lunar landing missions. Abstract and poster, presented at LPSC 2019.

Part of the TeamIndus group collaborating with Brown University on a science-optimized rover traverse in a Moon landing mission. Paper published in NewSpace.

I also have some research experience in Astrophysics, specifically in analyzing X-rays from cosmic objects as measured by Astrosat, India’s first space telescope.

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