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India's second Moon mission begins spectroscopic studies of lunar surface

Space Daily Friday, 18 October 2019
India's second Moon mission begins spectroscopic studies of lunar surfaceNew Delhi (Sputnik) Oct 18, 2019

espite the setback in India's second lunar mission - Chandrayaan-2, the rover of the satellite continues to go around the Moon with all its payloads and is completely functional. The lander failed to soft-land on the surface of the Moon and lost contact with the Earth Station of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). The Rover has now started collecting data on the lunar surface an
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