14-year-old Anjishnu Satpathy is endeavoring hard to accomplish his point of turning into an astrophysicist, and his fantasy to try to achieve the impossible has gotten a noteworthy lift by none other than NASA!

Anjishnu is an understudy at Hill Top School in Jamshedpur. He beat the Kalpana Chawla National Scholar Exam, an online test in light of CBSE and ICSE syllabuses, and thus, ended up among the understudies who were shortlisted for a Skype meet. Just 21 made it from the Skype round, and he was one of them.

Presently, he will visit NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) in the United States this May for ten days to find out about Mars, and how to build up a favorable domain to live there. NASA will give the understudies genuine situations to take a shot at.

Puneeta B Chouhan, the principle of Hill Top school, guaranteed that Anjishnu is scholastically solid too, and has performed well in different Olympiads. The main has faith in interfacing understudies to programs outside the domain of scholastics, to give them abundant presentation.

Anjishnu is a huge fan of Stephen Hawking, the legendary theoretical physicist and cosmologist. The boy is thankful to Educcharya.com, for the opportunity, and said to The Telegraph, “I always dreamt of visiting NASA. I idolise Stephen Hawking, read his books and want to be an astrophysicist. This is my time to learn and gather whatever I can from my dream destination.”

We at SimplyJSR wish great luck to Anjishnu and wish that may his dream come true and bring laurels to Jamshedpur



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