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The presence of Prime Minister Modi at ISRO may have brought bad luck: Kumaraswamy over Chandrayaan-2

Former Chief Minister of Karnataka, HD Kumaraswamy, has been controversial that Prime Minister Modi has brought "bad luck" to scientists of Indian space research Organization (ISRO) when he arrived in Bengaluru to witness the planned gentle landing of Chandrayaan-2's lunar-land Vikram. "He came here (Bengaluru) to advertise that he is responsible for the success of Chandrayaan. When he entered the …

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Has India's Chandrayaan-2 Moon Lander survived? The chances are long

India's first lunar module, dying on its way to the lunar surface on Friday, has been found out of orbit, according to the country's space agency. This has raised the hope that it could be revived. If it did indeed land in a working state, that would be an impressive achievement. In the history of spacecraft, robotic probes that malfunction …

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India's Chandrayaan-2 does not manage to land gently on the South Pole of the Moon: NPR

Indian space research organization staff reacts when they learn mission control lost communication with the unmanned landing module on Saturday (local time) shortly before landing on the South Pole of the Moon. Aijaz Rahi / AP Hide Caption Switch caption Aijaz Rahi / AP Indian space research organization staff reacts when they learn that mission control lost communication with the …

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Chandrayaan-2: How to land the Indian moon

Chandrayaan-2, translated as "Lunar Vehicle" in Sanskrit, launched from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota on July 22, a week after its first launch due to a "technical problem" was canceled. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) reported that its orbiter and landing module successfully split on Monday, six weeks after the mission began. It is expected that the …

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India is hopefully facing the moon before the landing of Chandrayaan-2

BANGALORE, India – India is near the Moon. Weeks after the start of the Chandrayaan 2 mission, his robot Vikram-Lander will attempt a landing approach on early Saturday. If the mission is successful, India will be only the fourth nation after the US, Russia and China to land on the moon. Scientists around the world are watching to see if …

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Chandrayaan-2: The Great Ambitions of India's Second Moon Mission

Image Rights Getty Images [19659004Caption Chandrayaan-2 is a three-in-one mission with an orbiter, a lander, and a six-wheeled rover In India's second moon mission, the country's space agency will attempt to land a rover on the lunar surface on September 7. Science author Pallava Bagla explains how it will reach the moon and why it matters. Why is this mission …

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India's Chandrayaan-2 ready for the moon landing | news

The landing module of India's unmanned lunar mission was successfully separated from the orbiter on Monday in anticipation of its planned landing on the South Pole region of the Moon, the country's space agency said. All orbiter and lander systems are "healthy," a statement by the Indian Space Research Organization said. Monday's maneuver removed the lander from the top of …

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Chandrayaan-2 performs final lunar orbital maneuver, ISRO prepares for the separation of Vikram Lander

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) announced on Sunday that it had successfully completed the fifth and final lunar orbital maneuver for the Chandrayaan 2 spacecraft and was preparing for the separation of the lander from the orbiter on Monday. All spacecraft parameters are normal, the Bengaluru-based space agency said after Sunday's maneuver on the spacecraft currently in lunar orbit …

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