Chandrayaan 2 may be an all Indian mission

by | Aug 16, 2013 | exploration, Russia | 0 comments

The joint Russo-Indian Chandrayaan 2 mission to land a rover on the Moon, may now be an all Indian-affair according to Indian media sources quoting anIndian government minister.   According to the reports, an attempt to change the mission by Russia following the failure of its Phobos- Grunt mission in 2011 including reducing the mass of India’s proposed rover vehicle has led to India considering going it alone.

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