Madhavan lends voice for new sci-docu ‘India’s Space Odyssey’

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Talking about the present, Madhavan stated, “Curiosity has introduced people to the place we’re right now, and it’ll proceed to take action. I thank Discovery India for this glorious studying alternative, and I really feel honoured to have lent my voice to a undertaking that would encourage future generations to embark on their quest to discover house”. 

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Produced by Miditech Studios, ‘India’s Space Odyssey’ options completely different consultants from ISRO in addition to house historians and researchers and most notably, the previous Chairman of ISRO, Dr. G. Madhavan Nair. 

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The journey was commenced by Dr. Homi J. Bhabha and Dr. Vikram Sarabhai on India’s quest to turn into a frontrunner in house exploration and pioneering house know-how. 

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“The Indian house programme since its inception has achieved vital feats, due to the contributions of all of the individuals who have labored alongside the programme. We are delighted {that a} platform like Discovery has been taking these initiatives to the folks in an try to encourage and encourage them,” stated Dr. Ok. Sivan, Chairman ISRO, Secretary DOS. 

Using a mix of knowledgeable interviews, archive footage and graphic representations this particular documentary captures the journey to this point and additional highlights India’s most revolutionary house developments with the extremely complicated Chandraayan and Mangalyaan missions. 

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“We deal with exploring content material that may give the viewers an enriching and provoking expertise. We imagine ‘India’s Space Odyssey’ will delight Discovery followers and attract all of the house fanatics from throughout the nation who wish to fulfill their curiosity,” stated Sai Abhishek, Original Content Head, South Asia, Discovery Inc. 

The documentary is premiering on October 7 on discovery+.

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