Blue Origin Space Mission: Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is ready to go on a journey to space with his crew on July 20. India’s daughter Sanjal Gawande is also included in the team that made the rocket that has been built for this visit of Bezos. 30-year-old Sanjal hails from Kolsewadi area in Kalyan, Maharashtra. Sanjal’s father is retired from Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation. While his mother has retired from MTNL. Sanjal’s mother told that, her daughter was interested in the world of space since childhood.
A rocket system named ‘New Shepard’ has been designed for Blue Origin, the company of Jeff Bezos working in the field of space exploration. Sanjal is part of the team that prepared it. On her achievement, she said, “I am very happy that my childhood dream is now coming true. I am proud to be a part of Team Blue Origin.”
Got Mechanical Engineering degree from Mumbai University
Sanjal Gawande completed his Mechanical Engineering from Mumbai University in the year 2011. After this, he did further studies from Michigan Technological University of America. Here he studied the subject of aerospace. He completed his master’s degree with first division in the year 2013.
After this, she started working at the Mercury Marine Company in Phone du Lac, Wisconsin where she worked for two years. here after Sanjal joined Toyota Racing Development based in California. In the meantime, Sanjal also started taking flying lessons and in June 2016, got his license to pilot an aircraft.
Could not get admission in NASA
After that Sanjal Gawande applied for admission in NASA. However, due to some technical reasons regarding citizenship, his application could not be approved. After this he applied for a job in Blue Origin. Here he was selected for the post of System Engineer and now he is part of the team that fulfills this dream of Jeff Bezos and his company.
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