Isro should call the International Space Station.  Now.

Isro should call the International Space Station. Now.

The International Space Station is seen from Space Shuttle Discovery after the two spacecraft uncoupled on August 6, 2005.

Synopsis

In 2024, Russia may leave the group of five countries that operate the International Space Station. Here’s why India should move in and seize an opportunity to boost its ambitions in space.

The good news: the greatest example of cooperation between countries is not on Earth, but an object that orbits the planet at 26,000 km per hour about 400 km above the surface, the International Space Station (ISS). The bad news: The era of mail – Cold War global cooperation may be coming to an end. What happens on the planet has an impact on what happens inside the International Space Station, and the war in Ukraine has changed geopolitically

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