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India launches moon mission Chandrayaan-2

Reuters India Monday, 22 July 2019
India launched a rocket into space on Monday to perform a soft landing of a rover on the moon, the country's most ambitious mission yet to cement its position as a leading low-cost space power.
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India has launched a rocket into space to perform a soft landing of a rover on the moon, the country&apos;s most ambitious mission yet to cement its position as a leading low-cost space power. Joe Davies reports.

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