Please join us on October 29, 2013 from 9:30 to 11:00 am for a discussion with John Sheldon, principal and senior consultant at the Torridon Group, and Dean Cheng, senior fellow at The Heritage Foundation on the implications of India's Mars mission, planned to launch in early November.
A conversation with
Dean Cheng
Senior Research Fellow, Asian Studies Center
The Heritage Foundation

John B. Sheldon
Principal and Senior Consultant
The Torridon Group, LLC

Moderated by
Bharath Gopalaswamy
Deputy Director, South Asia Center
Atlantic Council

India is expected to launch a Mars mission in early November. If the launch is successful, the Indian Space Research Organization (IRSO) will become only the fourth space agency after the United States, Europe, and Russia to launch a successful mission to Mars. The launch is viewed by many analysts as a national victory in the space race with China, but it also offers a greater opportunity for global collaborative efforts in space exploration. Please join the Atlantic Council as this esteemed panel discusses the US, Chinese, and Indian space programs, and what this latest Indian mission means for the future of space exploration. 

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