The continuous success of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has indeed put the USA’s National Aeronautics Space Agency (NASA) in wonder, so much so that, rumors have it that NASA now, is almost afraid of ISRO’s future space ventures.
ISRO has taken its success rate up to 90 percent in recent years and it is still ongoing with the launch of Chandrayan 2 lined up. In competition with it, NASA is sending a private spacecraft to the moon in collaboration with Elon Musk owned SpaceX. While Chandrayan’s launch is almost confirmed, NASA’s spacecraft’s taking off is yet to be confirmed. So NASA’s fears are quite rightful.
As the space experts conjecture, ISRO is changing the whole space economy of the world as NASA until now was considered the most developed and experienced organization/institution in the world for space exploration and research and development.
ISRO has already formed the world record of sending 104 satellites at one go, in to space, which includes several satellites that it launched for 19 different countries, and USA is going to be the 20th, provided it keeps its inhibitions aside and doesn’t shy away from taking India’s help.