Kalpana Chawla is the first Indian woman to travel to space.
Kalpana was born in Karnal, on July 1, 1961, in Haryana, India. He was the owner of four children of the house.
Kalpana's first spacecraft, which took place on November 19, 1997, qualified as astronaut after completing exercises in 1995. Kalpana, who was selected to travel to the Colombian Space Station SDS-87 with six players, was given critical responses. Kalpana, who traveled about 10 million miles in the spacecraft, traveled about 252 times to Earth, successfully returned to Earth with fellow astronauts.
Kalpana was permitted not only to qualify for a flight and a pilot, but also to drive. Kalpana, before taking up the Columbia flight, said, "I will be encouraged if I look at those who work with wholeheartedly." He would love to read the researchers' stories and always thank his teachers.
Kalpana, who successfully completed his first trip, then returned to the same Columbia Space Shuttle again on January 16, 2003 with six astronauts. They conducted several astronomical observations, and they decided to complete the trip and successfully land on February 1 as planned. The tragic incident occurred only 16 minutes before the earth. The Columbia spacecraft exploded. 41-year-old Kalpana was martyred in the skies.
Kalpana Chawla is honored by the Government of India to commemorate the achievements of Kalpana Chawla in 2011, That space angel, a beautiful rollercoaster for many of our house's little boys.