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during the Oscars at Loews Hollywood Hotel in Hollywood on Feb 24 2013 Jason Merritt—Getty Images 1 of 15 Advertisement Contact us at [email protected] or revolution ESA made a compromise on the successor of its successful Ariane 5 launcher 2011 ESA/CNES/Arianespace/Photo Optique Vidéo CSG/S Martin After an intense 48 hours of negotiations in Naples Italy the 20 European nations that support the European Space Agency (ESA) have come up with a 5-year budget and a set of priorities that will delight few but did at least avoid major bust-ups With 101 billion ($13 billion) to spend Europe will be going to Mars but not to the moon; it will develop a next-generation Ariane 6 launcher but not quite yet; and it will collaborate with the United States to develop NASA’s Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle "It was a very difficult council … with lots of stress and night discussions" ESA Director General Jean-Jacques Dordain said at a press conference after the meeting ended this afternoon "But by the standards of previous councils it was a big success in spite of the economic situation" ESA councils at the ministerial level like the one that has just ended occur at roughly 4-year intervals ESA management puts up a proposed program of missions which if fully funded this time would have cost roughly 12 billion Most of the missions are optional so the member states can pledge as much or as little as they wish although there is many tactics and much brinkmanship in the process UK science minister David Willetts describes it as "like trying to solve simultaneous equations and play poker at the same time" One program that fell victim to this process before the council even started was a proposed lunar lander Championed by Germany the small 800-kilogram craft would have showcased automated landing technology by touching down near the South Pole in 2018 But by last week it was clear that not enough other members wanted to back the plan so it was quietly shelved The meeting started on a high note by clearing up some unfinished business from the previous ministerial council in 2008 ExoMars a program to send several craft to the Red Planet in 2016 and 2018 was originally going to be a collaboration with NASA but the US agency pulled out of the deal earlier this year In Naples the ministers kicked off their discussions by signing off on a new collaboration with the Russian space agency Roscosmos to keep the mission on track Apart from the general budget that maintains ESA’s headquarters and other facilities the only program that is mandatory for all members is the science program which launches highly regarded robotic probes at regular intervals including in recent years the Herschel infrared telescope and the Planck mission to map the cosmic microwave background Ministers in Naples decided to keep the program’s budget fixed at its current level although it will get a small boost because Romania joined ESA a year ago and Poland did so on Monday The almost flat budget will dismay space scientists as inflation will eat away at its real value each year The issue that kept ministers and their officials awake at night over the 2-day meeting was that of launchers ESA’s highly successful Ariane 5 rocket has dominated the commercial launch market for many years but its future is threatened by competitors including the Falcon launchers of the SpaceX corporation and Russian rockets Germany favored an evolutionary approach continuing the development of an upgraded version known as Ariane 5 ME (for "midlife evolution") with a new upper stage that can be relit to position multiple satellites France wanted a more radical redesign Ariane 6 which would reduce the cost per launch to keep it competitive A compromise was hammered out in the early hours of this morning: Work on Ariane 5 ME will continue for 2 years while the ESA directorate investigates Ariane 6 more thoroughly and looks for commonalities between the two that could reduce development costs A decision on Ariane 6 will be made in 2014 ESA’s only venture in human spaceflight is its involvement in the International Space Station (ISS) Ministers agreed to cover Europe’s share of ISS’s running costs up to 2020 including as an in-kind contribution developing a component for NASA’s planned Orion capsule which may in the future carry a four-person crew to missions as far as the moon or an asteroid This "service module" would build on technology developed by ESA for its automated transfer vehicles which are used to supply the ISS "This is the first time ESA has contributed to a crew transport vehicle" Dordain said "For me that is a breakthrough" National coach Pullela Gopichand had his eyes closed asif he was praying when one of his best wards PV Sindhu was stretched at the backcourt in the dying stages of the summitclashat the Dubai World Superseries Finals Back-to-back rallies had sapped all her energy as she was on her knees sweating profusely like a professional boxer would after a long-lasting neck-and-neck fight Presently a sudden hush descended over theotherwise noisy setting inside theHamdan Sports Complexwhere the Indian fans had been bellowing just a while ago Gopichand would not have imagined Sindhu crumbling underpressure in yet another major final when she raced to a 5-0 lead in the second stanza just minutes after taking the opening game 21-15 or a 4-0 lead in the decider against one of the most tenacious players in the women’s singles section — Akane Yamaguchi PV Sindhu in action at the Dubai World Superseries Finals AFP It is not the first time that Sindhu had finished second on the podium Having claimed silver medalsat the 2016 Rio Olympics and the World Championships in August this was Sindhu’s golden chance to claim her maiden major tournament crown Unfortunately crucial mistakes at the net forced the Olympic and World Championships silver-medallist to be satisfied as the second best in yet another epic losing 21-15 12-21 19-21 in an 84-minute thriller Despite flourishing on the international stage since Rio Sindhu has not been able to eke out a win where it matters the most Her loss in yet another humdinger of a clash indicated the need for the finishing touch in her armoury "Yamaguchi was playing short and Sindhu could read her game well two days ago Although this time Yamaguchi pushed Sindhu to the back was retrieving with ease and maintained a good length” said noted coachVimal Kumar before adding “In such conditions it becomes difficult to penetrate especially when you play a defensive player like that” Sindhu has now fallen short against three players who approach a match way differently than the Indian ace Carolina Marin sets the court alight with her fast-paced game while Nozomi Okuhara relies on her strong backhand and control over rallies to unsettle the opponent On Sunday Sindhu faced an ultra-defensive Yamaguchi who essentially is a retrieverwho mixes her shots well from front to the back to create an opening for herself So there will be questions raised about what went wrong in yet another final “Couple of things” said three-timeCommonwealth Games medallistAparna Popat who also said that there were a few instances where her rhythm was disrupted “Theracquet strings snappingin the second game and when Yamaguchi tapped in a loose low serve from Sindhu at 18-18 in the decider" It did not stop at 13-13 or 14-14 in the decider Gopichand and Yamaguchi’s South Korean coach Park Joo-Bong were seen getting animated on the touchline as the duo fought point by point till 19-19 “It was like a game of chess one wrong move here and there could have been costly” said Popat who believed Sindhu may have felt restricted due to a nose block she had because of cold Sindhu who is known for heradmirable court coverage and crosscourt strokes ran short of ideas especially in the second game Frustrated by her opponent’s excellent retrieving ability sheallowed Yamaguchi to push her towards the backcourt “Yamaguchi did not panic but insteaddid good enough to stick to her strategy while Sindhu’s strokes seemed to be less accurate She needs to be really smart against retrieving players Gopi sir was instructing Sindhu from the sidelines about not using too many smashes in the final game but let Yamaguchi try something extra At times you should just wait for the right opportunity and go for the kill” explained HS Prannoy who practises along side Sindhu at the SAI-Pullela Gopichand Academy in Hyderabad The diminutiveJapanese shuttler stood tall against the lanky Sindhu restricting her from delivering smashes and playing at a good length from the mid-court area “Yamaguchi doesn’t play sharp shots but Sindhu can So she could have varied the pace in the second game knowing that her opponent had conserved energy for this match Two clumsy unforced errors towards the end cost her the title” rues Kumar A worrying pattern It is baffling to seethat in all the three major finals where Sindhu contested — Olympics World Championships and Superseries Finals — the 22-year-old has lostfocus in the most crucial stages of the match Notably Sindhu has shown sharpness in each of the opening games only to falter in the decider India’s PV Sindhu (R) returns against Spain’s Carolina Marin during their women’s singles final match in Rio AFP Against Marin in the Olympic final Sindhu held her nerve to win the first game 21-19 but fell short in the second and third 12-21 15-21 Okuhara edged past Sindhu 21-19 in the first stanza of the title clashat the World Championships but came out victorious in the decidinggame 22-20 after losing the second 20-22 At 19-19 against Yamaguchi Sindhu would have been feeling the heat after crumbling under pressure not once but twice in separate finals “There is this small feeling that this was almost like the World Championships But these things happen and they are part of life and I’ve got to move on from here” Sindhu conceded after the match Prannoy observed that his compatriot floored the opponent quite convincingly in the early stages with attacking strokes and herreach but failed to continue the rhythm “All the three matches were different She was pretty explosive in the first games and I don’t think anybody has the chance to defend Sindhu’s smashes once she gets going” said the Kannur-born shuttler “But players like Okuhara Yamaguchi and Tai Tzu Ying seem to have a certain plan to unsettle Sindhu I have seen a couple of times during training sessions that Sindhu becomes a bit impatient while retrieving shuttles” he added Looking at how the Hyderabad-based shuttler has struggled to smash away nervousness in tiring encounters one would argue if this pattern is slowly becoming a trend “Yes it is slowly turning out to be a trend which I hope it’s not but at the same time it’s too early to make judgments Still I would say it is worrying” said former player and coach Arvind Bhat “When you play couple of finals where you have lost narrowly and if something same pops up you always doubt that will you be able to pull this off There are many questions running through your mind” added Bhat Interestingly Sindhu has shown her attacking prowess on fast courts this calendar year where she has beeninvolved in incredible rallies with Okuhara twice and on Sunday against Yamaguchi However it is on the slower courts where she had her task cut out “Dubai was slow More than that it suited Yamaguchi than Sindhu Earlier in many tournaments she couldn’t play Sindhu on fast courts Yamaguchi started to change her strategy as the match progressed She went from attack to defence from long rallies to low serves The shuttles were slow and Yamaguchi is a good retriever and prolonged rallies” Popat said after watching the final from the stands Japanese hoodoo It’s arguable that Japan is the new China as far as the women’s singles discipline is concerned The Japanese women have proved their worth in Superseries tournaments this year winning three titles and a World Championship crown Meanwhile the Chinese women’s singles players failed to bag a single Superseries title for the first time in 10 years File image of Akane Yamaguchi (L) and Nozomi Okuhara (R) AFP Sindhu has faced two Japanese shuttlers in the final this year — Okuhara in the World Championships and Yamaguchi in the Superseries Finals The two retrieving players have cracked the code to outmuscle Sindhu and the ability to cover every corner of the court is whatsets them apart from the rest “They all confidently play deep high serve which many shuttlers cannot even try hitting It completely takes the pace off the game and makes you wait for the shuttle to land They won’t give you the space to hit flat shots but they’ll slow down the tempo” reasons Kumar Sindhu’s shot selection in the deciding game against Okuhara had left many scratching their heads in disbelief And it wasn’t different against Yamaguchi on Sunday Both theJapanese shuttlers have doneamazingly well to cut down on Sindhu’s smashes on both the occasions cornering the Indian whose downward strokes were too predictable for the opponent “If Sindhu enters the third game she has to be a bit more judicious while selecting shots They (Japanese) prolong the rallies They don’t even have the game what Sindhu has They are short and rely on running retrieving on a good length and counter attack” Kumar added It was just astonishing to watch Yamaguchi cover every inch of the court and adopt a similar ploy like Okuhara at the Worlds in Glasgow The forehand drives and net exchanges had left both Sindhu and Gopichand bewilderedas the Japanese capitalised “I could tell that Sindhu was getting a little bit slower but I had enough energy and had practised a lot for her” Yamaguchi went on to say after the match “I’d trained on my speed to move a lot quickly because I knew my opponent was tall” Sindhu was unable to read Yamaguchi’s length after outplaying her so easily with the quick-fire jump smashes early on Many had lauded Okuhara and now Yamaguchi will garner accolades for finding out the chinks in Sindhu’s armour “Yamaguchi is a runner (players with high fitness levels who avoid playing risky shots and hold back a little) She can drain you out and Sindhu needs to make some changes in her tactics Prolonging rallies is what Japanese are best at That’s the only strategy she (Yamaguchi) had and it worked A little bit fitness is lacked when she (Sindhu) played against runners” explained Bhat Despite enduring three consecutive losses in major finals one can take nothing away from Sindhu who is still a "work in progress" according to coaches and current players However there are a few areas where India’s top women’s shuttler and Gopichand should work on keeping the cramped 2018 schedule in mind “She needs to play with a bit of deception Not with the full pace but clever shots considering her height” opined Kumar Sindhu wasn’t in her best physical shape in Dubai but there was a lot to learn from 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