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August 13th, 2018
Israel Likely to Beat India in Moon Mission Race as Chandrayaan-2 Launch Postponed for Next Year

India’s ambitious lunar probe mission, Chandrayaan-2, has hit another roadblock due to technical glitches and has been postponed for next year. After several delays, the launch date of Chandrayaan-2 was finally set in October but it has now been shifted February next year.  Read More at DNA India