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Pdf Book Name Wings Of Fire Pdf
Author NameAPJ Abdul Kalam
LanguageTamil
CategoryBook
Pdf Size5.8 MB
FormatPdf
Total Page112 Pages

 

 

 

 

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The future satellite launch vehicle (SLV) had also been conceived by this time. Recognizing the immense socio-economic benefits of space technology, Prof. Sarabhaidecided in 1969, went full-steam ahead with the task of establishing indigenous capability in building and launching our own satellites.

 

 

 

 

He personally participated in an aerial survey of the east coast for a possible site for launching satellite launch vehicles and large rockets.

 

 

 

 

Prof. Sarabhai was concentrating on the east coast in order to let the launch vehicle take full advantage of the earth’s west to east rotation.

 

 

 

 

He finally selected the Sriharikota island, 100 km north of Madras (now Chennai), and thus the SHAR Rocket Launch Station was born.

 

 

 

 

The crescent-shaped island has a maximum width of 8 km and lies alongside the coastline. The island is as big as Madras city.

 

 

 

 

The Buckingham Canal and the Pulicat lake form its western boundary.In 1968, we had formed the Indian Rocket Society.

 

 

 

 

Soon after, the INCOSPAR was reconstituted as an advisory body under the Indian National Science Academy(INSA) and the Indian Space Research Organization(ISRO) was created under the Department of atomic energy (DAE) to conduct space research in the country.

 

 

 

 

By this time, Prof. Sarabhai had already hand-picked a team to give form to his dream of an Indian SLV. I consider myself fortunate to have been chosen to be a project leader.

 

 

 

Prof. Sarabhai gave me the additional responsibility of designing the fourth stage of the SLV. Dr. VR Gowarikar, MR Kurup, and AE Muthunayagam were given the tasks of designing the other three stages.

 

 

 

What made Prof. Sarabhai pick a few of us for this great mission? One reason seemed to be our professional background.

 

 

 

Dr. Gowarikar was doing outstanding work in the field of composite propellants. MR Kurup had established an excellent laboratory for propellants, propulsion, and pyrotechnics.

 

 

 

Muthunayagam had proved himself in the field of high-energy propellants. The fourth stage was to be a composite structure and called for a large number of innovations in fabrication technology; perhaps that was why I was brought in.

 

 

 

I laid the foundation for Stage IV on two rocks—sensible approximation and unawed support. I have always considered the price of perfection prohibitive and allowed mistakes as a part of the learning process.

 

 

 

I prefer a dash of daring and persistence to perfection. I have always supported learning on the part of my team members by paying vigilant attention to each of their attempts, be they successful or unsuccessful.

 

 

 

In my group, progress was recognized and reinforced at every tiny step. Although I provided access to all the information that my co-workers in Stage IV needed, I found I could not spend enough time to be a useful facilitator and a source of support.

 

 

 

I wondered if there was something wrong with the way in which I managed my time. At this stage, Prof. Sarabhai brought a French visitor to our work center to point out the problem to me.

 

 

 

This gentleman was Prof. Curien, President of CNES (Centre Nationale deEtudes Spatiales), our counterpart in France. They were then developing the Diamont launch vehicles.

 

 

 

Prof. Curienwas a thorough professional. Together, Prof. Sarabhai and prof. Curien helped me set a target. While they discussed the means by which I could reach it, they also cautioned me about the possibilities of failure.

 

 

 

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