LIFT OFF: India's space agency just launched its mission to the south pole of the moon #Chandrayaan2 #IndiaMoonMission pic.twitter.com/Ym1mMVy2RF
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馃嚠馃嚦India plans to land a rover on the moon with homegrown technology-- and it will cost only a fraction of the NASA mission #Chandrayaan2 #IndiaMoonMission

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Here's how India's rapidly growing space program is catching up to other countries #IndiaMoonMission pic.twitter.com/PWrcSdikbP
 
150 millones de d贸lares para poner una nave espacial en la luna. Es lo que invirti贸 la agencia espacial de la India.
 
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congrats @ISRO! Congrats #India! Congrats His Excellence @narendramodi (FR) Quand l'#Inde 6 ans plus t么t lan莽ait sa sonde vers Mars (bien avant le bavard #elonMusk), nous souhaitions qu'elle soit pour #Madagascar celle qui mettra NOS #SATELLITES en orbite. mpanao-gazety.blogspot.com/2014/09/madaga鈥 pic.twitter.com/3GHtzYScsx
 
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Well, good luck with that.
 
馃嚠馃嚦鉂わ笍
 
If I were India, I'd save the chest-beating about cost, for after a successful mission outcome. 馃檮
 
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INDIA IS USING CHEAP LABOR
 
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Subcontract Trump鈥檚 Mars venture to them, taxpayers are in the hole a trillion this year already.
 
India's moon rover costs less than the average Hollywood blobkbuster. The cost of the entire Chandrayaan-2 program: About $150 million. NASA missions cost almost 10 times more. @isro #Chandrayaan2 #ISRO
 
Isn't Landa-Rover an Indian brand made by Tata ?
 
 
#IndiaMoonMission cost 10x less than #NASA equivalent to #Hollywood blockbuster movie!
 

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