We are glad to inform that the article “The hands that rock the cradle crack the code now” by CEO, Sumit Ganguli has been featured in the online edition of the Times of India.
“I was mesmerized by space odyssey and was nervous about the ‘seven minutes of terror’ – when the engineers overseeing the landing would not be able to guide or direct the Perseverance landing as it would take a while to establish or send any communication from Earth to Mars. Hence, the rover would have to perform a landing by itself, with no human guidance involved.
During this time, I thought I saw a masked lady with a ‘bindi’ on her forehead at the NASA control room who was, in her well-modulated American accented voice, giving us a live update of the Rover.
And since that day, Swati Mohan has been all over the news..”