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Only 60% Lunar Missions In Last 6 Decades Successful, Says NASA

New Delhi: Lunar missions taken in the last 6 decades has had a success rate of 60 per cent, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has said. According to the US Space Agency's "Moon Fact Sheet", only 61 out of the 109 lunar missions – or 60 per cent – during the last 60 years were successful. [19659004] On …

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India loses communication with the lunar science

An image of India Chandrayaan-2 Lander, which is today broadcast by the Indian Space Agency INDIAN SPACE RESEARCH ORGANIZATION By Science News Staff 6, 2019, 4:50 PM The mission directors lost communication with Chandrayaan-2 landlord in India this afternoon just before it was expected to settle on the lunar surface. The descent went smoothly until the lander was about 2 …

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China's Lunar Rover has just found something strange on the other side of the moon

China's Chang'e-4 moon rover discovered an unusually colored, "gel-like" substance in its exploration activities on the other side of the moon. The rover of the mission, Yutu-2, stumbled upon this surprise during the eighth lunar day. The discovery prompted the scientists to the mission to postpone other schedules for the rover and instead focus their instruments on finding out what …

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Lunar landing shock: How Buzz Aldrin confronted NASA with Apollo 11 – "Not happy!" Science | news

More than 50 years ago, on July 20, 1969, NASA ended the seemingly impossible Apollo 11 mission to bring the first two men to the moon. Armstrong wrote history, jumped from the Moonland Eagle, and delivered his legendary speech "One Small Step" to the millions of anxious humans who look back on Earth. The deceased astronaut became a sensation overnight …

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India is preparing for the separation of the Chandrayaan 2 spaceships for the Lunar Lunar Trial

Successful Separation of Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter and Lander Paves the Way for Historic Landing Seed Sept. 6. HELSINKI – India will try to become the fourth country to land soft on the Moon on Friday after successfully separating Chandrayaan from the landlord and orbiter on early Monday. The separation event took place on Eastern Monday at 3:45 am, barely a day …

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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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