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Google Is Celebrating Vikram Sarabhai’s Birthday Let’s Know Why?

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Google celebrates Vikram Sarabhai’s 100th birthday. He was a great scientist. Are you wondering about his contributions and achievements? Let’s talk about this.

Let’s Dive Deep In The Ocean Of Vikram Sarabhai’s Achievements And Contributions

Google Is Celebrating Vikram Sarabhai's Birthday Let's Know Why?

Dr. Vikram Sarabhai is known as the Father of the Indian Space program. He has achieved the Padma Bhushan and Padma Vibhushan awards from the government of India. He worked in ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization).

Aryabhatta satellite was launched due to great efforts of Dr. Vikram Sarabhai. Aryabhatta was the first Indian satellite. Dr. Vikram Sarabhai did wonders in his field and gifted us many things. He enhanced science and technology in India.

We have a stamp of his photo and name as well in his remembrance and for acknowledgment.

Google Is Celebrating 100th Birthday Of Dr. Vikram Sarabhai

To give honor and respect, Google is celebrating Dr. Vikram Sarabhai’s 100th birthday. As he has a great contribution to our science and space technology studies and experiments, Google is acknowledging his achievements.

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We are proud to have such great scientists in India. They made us proud. And due to their efforts, many virtues and dreams became true. It was their hard work and efforts that lead us to success.

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His Positions And Achievements

He was the President of the Physics section, Indian Science Congress (1962). And president of the General Conference of the I.A.E.A., Vienna (1970).

He was the Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission of India (1966–1971). And Vice-President, Fourth UN Conference on ‘Peaceful uses of Atomic Energy’ (1971). And he was also the Founder and Chairman (1963–1971), Space Applications Centre.

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