The Perseverance of the Mars rover of NASA NASA successfully landed on Earth last Friday, and it was confirmed by the Indian-American scientist Dr. Swati Mohan who led the mission.
“The touchdown has been confirmed! Perseverance on the surface of Mars, ready to start looking for signs of past lives,” the operation leader Dr. Mohan erupted excitedly in the mission control room of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.
The video released by NASA was widely circulated on social media, and many people praised Dr. Mohan’s pivotal role and calm mood. At the same time, Dr. Mohan’s Binti attracted the attention of Indians, and they were proud when she comfortably represented her cultural heritage. Dr. Swati̵
Regarding Bindi, some netizens recalled that they were bullied by wearing them, which means that it is a big deal for Dr. Mohan to even own it at NASA.
Many people on social media are shocked by Dr. Swati’s cultural outlook, which is in stark contrast to her achievements. Others congratulated Dr. Mohan for becoming a woman, but led the mission.
Others tweeted that they would be thrilled to see women in space once considered male fortresses.
A NASA scientist is only one year old. Her family immigrated to the United States from India and spent her childhood in Northern Virginia-Washington, DC. Dr. Mohan graduated from Cornell University and received a master’s degree and doctorate in aviation from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
“I have been persevering longer than in any school. I have persevered longer than my little daughter is alive. Such a long period of time takes up most of my life,” said Dr. Mohan.
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