The Moon appeal

An archive photograph from Apollo 16 moon landing. Image credit: NASA, NASA
Deep Bandivadekar

Deep Bandivadekar

Deep Bandivadekar is doctoral student in the Aerospace Centre of Excellence at the University of Strathclyde. Space exploration, emerging technologies, and numerical techniques are his favourite areas, however, he has interests in everything science. He writes his own blog ( on the theme of “Science Travel”. He is an aspiring Science Communicator.

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  1. Ankita Prayag says:

    Hey, this was an amazing reading experience again! I like the sections related to water and helium as I could relate and understand them a bit.:)
    I also valued where you mentioned reaching Mars is not the only way to save us.

    Nice article.

    Keep writing! Keep sharing!!

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