NASA-ISRO Earth Science Instruments Get Send-Off Before Moving to India
Portal origin URL: NASA-ISRO Earth Science Instruments Get Send-Off Before Moving to India Portal origin nid: 485390 Published: Friday, February 3, 2023 - 18:32 Featured (stick to top of list): no Portal text teaser: Dignitaries from the U.S. and Indian space agencies, along with members of the media, were invited to see NISAR’s science payload in a Jet Propulsion Laboratory clean room. Portal image: Officials from NASA, ISRO, JPL, and the Indian Embassy
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