19-year-old Jhanvi creates history, becomes first Indian woman to train at NASA JPL

  • Jahnavi Dangeti, a second year engineering student from Palakollu in West Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh, 19 years old, completed NASA’s International Air and Space Program (IASP) at the Kennedy Space Center in Alabama in January 2022. She is the first Indian to achieve this goal.
  • 20 youths of the world were selected for the IASP program, Jahnavi achieved this position over them. That team has become Kennedy’s mission director.
  • He will lead a group of 16 people from different countries. Let us tell you that this team not only launched a miniature rocket but also got it landed successfully.
  • It was an astronaut program, conducted at the Kennedy Space Center. This included Multi-Access Training, Zero Gravity and Underwater Rocket Launch. With this, Jhanvi also got a chance to fly an aircraft for the first time.
  • He is an internationally’ certified, open water scuba diver. Jhanvi is pursuing engineering from LPU University, Punjab, Jalandhar Honey.

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