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Watch: India set for Chandrayaan 2 launch

Hindu Sunday, 14 July 2019
Chandrayaan 2, India’s second Moon mission, is all set to be launched on July 15, 2019. Ten years after India's first moon mission, this is Indian Spa
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News video: India halts historic moon mission at final hour

India halts historic moon mission at final hour 01:11

India delayed its Chandrayaan-2 moon launch with less than an hour to go before liftoff. The mission, if successful, would help India&apos;s aspirations to catch up with global space leaders the United States and China, and put it in a better position to compete in the commercial space market....

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