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India's Mooncraft "Chandrayaan" finds Water on Moon



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Chandrayaan-1 finds evidence of Water on Moon

The “baby” had done its job by finding water on the moon, India’s ace space scientist and project director of the country’s maiden lunar mission M. Annadurai said in Bangalore on September 25.

“The baby has done its job by helping us find water on the moon,” Annadurai, project director of Chandrayaan-1, told IANS here. The mission had to be aborted Aug 30 after Chandrayaan-1 lost contact with Earth.

The mooncraft was coined ‘baby’ by its main architect Annadurai when it was successfully launched Oct 22, 2008 by Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).

 

 

 

 

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