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India can afford Mars mission: Space scientist

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Sriharikota (Andhra Pradesh), Nov 5 : Silencing critics of India's Rs.450 crore Mars Orbiter Mission, an Indian space scientist Tuesday said that India can afford the spend on the mission.
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News video: India's maiden Mars mission 'Mangalyaan' to be launched today

India's maiden Mars mission 'Mangalyaan' to be launched today

Sriharikota, Nov 05 (ANI): India is all set for its maiden Mars mission with its satellite, Mangalyaan, scheduled for a lift-off on Tuesday, at 2:38pm from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh. The countdown for the launch started on Sunday and is progressing normally. In...

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