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India launches spacecraft to far side of moon

CBS News Monday, 22 July 2019
It's designed to land on the lunar surface and send a rover around to explore water deposits
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India has successfully launched its second unmanned mission to the moon. The Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft is set to land on the lunar south pole in September and send a rover to explore water deposits that were confirmed by a previous mission that orbited the moon. The first scheduled launch on 15th July...

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