Bengaluru, Aug 12: India will soon launch a dedicated space and science television channel to make their benefits reach people across the country, a top official said on Sunday. “Within the next three to four months, there will be a television channel launched to reach even the rural parts of India on how space programme can benefit the common man,” Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chairman K. Sivan told reporters here.
To be named “ISRO TV”, the channel will telecast science programmes and highlight the benefits of the space agency’s missions in regional languages as well as English, so that it reaches people across the country. “The information on India’s space missions and their applications are not reaching the people fully. (IANS)