Chandrayaan 1, The countdown begins

India’s lunar explorer, Chandrayaan-1, will try to unravel the moon’s origins as it scouts for minerals and water there Chandrayaan, slated for an October 22 launch from Satish Dhawan Space Centre, would bolster international space cooperation by carrying 11 scientific devices — six of them from European and American organisations, while it orbits 100 km above the moon.

The final countdown for the mission has begun, its amazing how India’s first Moon mission is taking over India by storm. It is indeed a milestone not only in the newer technologies but an inspiration for the younger generation.

India’s lunar explorer, Chandrayaan-1, will try to unravel the moon’s origins as it scouts for minerals and water there Chandrayaan, slated for an October 22 launch from Satish Dhawan Space Centre, would bolster international space cooperation by carrying 11 scientific devices — six of them from European and American organisations, while it orbits 100 km above the moon.

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