INDIA’S MANGALYAAN MISSION TO MARS: A BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE OF LEAST ACTION

The Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM), informally called Mangalyaan (Sanskrit: मङ्गलयान: Marscraft) was successfully launched on November 5th 2013 by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and attained its Mars objective 10 months later in the most efficient way of traveling across the Solar System. The secret to their method was as simple as it was brilliant; it was a beautiful example of a LEAST ACTION matter of mind. The Indian scientists used the Sun’s gravity of the Earth’s orbit to propel their satellite to Mars. How was this done, and what was the universal physical principle involved?

INDIA’S MANGALYAAN MISSION TO MARS: A BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE OF LEAST ACTION

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