🔥 Two Surat girls studying in the 10th discovered Astroid, the name HLV2514 given to Astroidat. NASA confirms the discovery of astroids discovered by two Surat girls studying on the 10th. The name HLV2514 currently given to Astroids confirms the discovery
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- For the past two months, both have been engaged in a scientific program called All India Asteroid Discovery Mission 2020.
- Currently called the Astroid HLV2514, it will later be renamed after NASA confirms its orbiter
Two girls from Surat, Gujarat have achieved great places in astrophysics in their few years. Vaheedi Vekariya Sanjaybhai (14) and Radhika Lakhani Prafulbhas (14), who were studying on the 10th, together discovered an astroid that is currently traveling near Mars.
The search was conducted as part of a program for the past two months
Vaidehi and Radhika, who studied in PP Savani Chaitanya Vidya Sankul, worked together for an international campaign. Both have been involved in a scientific program called All India Asteroid Discovery Mission 2020 for the past two months. He attended an event organized in partnership with International Astronomical Exploration (IASC) and Hardin Simmons University in Texas. This discovery was also confirmed by NASA shortly after the organizer gave Space India information about the discovery.
HLV2514 name for astroids
About their performance, the two said: “We marked about 20 items that we were lucky.” At the moment we called it HLV2514. However, we may have the option to name Astroid after NASA later confirmed their orbiter. Vaidehi and Radhika used a panoramic survey telescope in Hawaii and a telescope called the Rapid Response System to take photos of the astroids.
Cross can make sense in the future
In a post on Facebook about this discovery, Space India wrote, “We’re proud to announce that two girls from Surat have discovered a new astroid, one nearby – Earth matter, thanks to the sparse Indian astroid search campaign.” It’s a Neer-Earth Object (NEO) that is currently near Mars and will become an Earth-crossing astroid over time.