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Is India’s Mars Orbiter mission, the Mangalyaan, an exorbitance?


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How is it possible for India to join the elite group of NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration), ESA (European Space Agency) and Roscosmos (Russia)? This was a question in the minds of millions of people around the globe when the news for India’s Mass orbiter mission called ‘Mangalyaan’ came out as news for the first time. It was launched into earth’s orbit on the 5th of November 2013.

According to the reports on NDTV, the mars expedition has nearly reached ninety-eight percent of its journey. At the time of writing this post, the mars orbiter is left with only few more hours of journey to reach the red planet on 24th September.

What are the main achievements for India if the journey is fully successful?

India will become the first Asian country in the world to send an orbiter to Mars.

India will become the…

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