eight students from Sri Venketeshwara College of Engineering, Chennai will pop
into National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to put on their
project on crafting a ‘flyby’ tool that will avail ‘Assignment to Mars along
with the Humans’, by 2018.
the demo of this project on 15 March, it got selected and gets a go-ahead
signal to depict it to the NASA’s mass gathering on 9 August.
the occasion of the Virudunagar Rotary Club function on Sunday, S Vishnu Ram
Barath, a student of Venketeshwara College of Engineering said that, he all
along with his friends including V Vishal, Vijul L Shah, Anand Sundarajan,
Mohit R Tagore, S Vishwanath, V Sathya Subramanian and S B Vishnu Kothar, had analyzed
the venture for nearly two months and then roll up with an outline for the assignment.
ram, continued his elaborative speech about the project, stating that this
machine will go all-around the shell surface of the Planet Mars using its
gravity force. After completing one full circle around the Mars, the machine
will reach the Earth with the assistance of the gravitational force. This
machine operates with a target of reaching the earth within 510 days of travel.
objective of our project is to reduce the travel days around the Mars to reach
Earth within 510 days, by using the hyperbolic path instead of the elliptical
path, he added.