Meet Anita Sengupta, Former NASA Scientist Who’s Now Leading Virgin Hyperloop One

Anita Sengupta

The cold environment plays a vital role in various studies and researches. But the National Aeronautics and Space Company (NASA) and Cold Atom Laboratory (CAL) takes the cooling atmosphere into a serious state. Now CAL relocates to the International Space Station (ISS).

The main brain behind this project is Anita Sengupta, an Indian-American scientist. From 2012 to 2017, Anita is engaged in the development of a cold nuclear laboratory in Laser-Cooling Quantum Physics Center for ISS.

The coolest place in the universe: cold nuclear laboratory (CAL).!
Cold Atom Laboratory (CAL) is expected to be 10 billion times cooler than the earth. This study has provided a boost to many technologies, including sensors, quantum computers and atomic clocks (used in shuttle navigation).

What is the advantage?

When asked about the use of this extreme cold atom laboratory, NASA said, “CAL can be used to monitor extreme cold cells of microorganisms for a long time”.

Why should this lab go into space?

It is not possible on earth to carry the atom to a cold under the whole zero degrees Celsius. Under the intended purpose, the cold nuclear laboratory designed to use a high-quality vacuum room and a powerful laser lineup. While all this happens, there is also a need to remove the gravitational forces of the earth.
In earth it is possible but it is not possible.

To say it in simple, the cold temperatures generated on Earth will get distorted within a few seconds. Thus there is no sustainability in the study of acute cold atoms. If this is the space, there is no need to evacuate gravity and there is no gravity. There will be no interruption and hardness in the research. Scientists get excellent opportunities to conduct research.

Anita Sengupta who has worked all behind this!

Former Nasa scientist Anita Sengupta has a close relationship with India. Because her father’s own state is West Bengal. Anita, who has successfully completed her work with NASA, is currently serving as Senior Vice President of Virgin Hyperloop One.

Dr. Anita Sengupta, a rocket scientist, and space engineer has been involved in the development of research technologies for the planet Mars and deep space research on volcanoes for 20 years. Anita entered this field via vehicles and communications satellites introduced in Boeing Space and Communications.

Following this, Anita’s journey went to NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. In 2006, NASA’s Dawn spacecraft played an important role in developing ion machines. Later in 2012, Anita was responsible for the Super Sonic Rocket system that was optimistic for NASA’s Curiosity Rover on Mars.

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