Indian Genes podcast

Rachana Reddy - Space Engineer

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15 Sekunden vorwärts
15 Sekunden vorwärts

Rachana Reddy talks to Indian Genes on the latest in Satellite technology and development with great insight into the Space industry and what the future holds instore. Rachana has some very valuable information for the private sector and also guides students that may be interested in this field, preparing them for what to expect and what would be expected from them as well. This is a great conversation and covers more than just Space....a must listen !

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