Hyderabad: AstroBiology is the science of understanding how the human body can live for 1,000 days while traveling to Mars.
"It is the next big challenge in India's space mission," said a former chairman of the Indian Space Research Research, Dr. Kradhakrishnan.
The mission to Mars is currently robots that are designed to capture images and tasks that are based on certain parameters.
According to Dr. Rajkishnan, "We are currently using artificial intelligence coded in robots, they have defined tasks A, B, C, but if there is something new that they see, then there is a mechanism where they get back to the control room And we plan a new set of tasks for them, so when the humans go to Mars, there is a need to understand what changes the human body will pass, which means it is a major scope for astrology and students must take it For future research. "
The new site initiatives look at a directory in place, a roadmap for orbiting around the world. Fifteen space agencies of the world are looking for the initiatives. The focus of the Indian research is to take human beings into place and bring them back and then look at further missions.
There are 1,450 satellites in the Earth's orbit, of which 55 per cent are for communications, 20 per cent for land conservation, six per cent for defense and 19 percent for scientific and meteorological forecasts. The Global Space Economy is $ 360 billion in 2018.