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India Sent Chandrayaan-1 to the Moon 10 Years Ago – Here’s How! – The Quint

The Quint is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the launch of India’s first mission to the moon.

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The mission was originally scheduled for 2 years in space but after 312 days, the Moon rover stopped sending signals due to a range of technical problems. It was discovered that the cause was overheating. After that, the mission couldnt be salvaged and was officially declared over.
Almost 7 years later on 2 July 2016, NASA discovered the probe and then relocated it into its lunar orbit….

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