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India Plans To Put A Remote Control Telescope On The Moon

The India Space Research Organization (ISRO) announced its plans to put a remotely controlled telescope on the surface of the moon to improve its scientific observation capacity. Speaking to students and reporters at the Indian Institute of Technology in Madras this weekend, ISRO chairman A. S. Kiran Kumar told The New Indian Express the mission... Read more » India Plans To Put A Remote
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