India's Mars Mission - Google News

India's Mars Mission - Google News
  1. For Mars mission experts, safe mode means danger - Times of India

    For Mars mission experts, safe mode means danger
    Times of India
    ... Indian Space Research Organisation Satellite Centre. "You never know when an electric streak can strike in deep space." All modern spacecraft are designed to go into safe mode to protect itself from further damage. Once the danger is over, mission ...

  2. How to Get to Mars: NASA and India Face Big Tests at Red Planet - Space.com

    How to Get to Mars: NASA and India Face Big Tests at Red Planet
    Space.com
    For two robotic spacecraft set to arrive at Mars over the next few days, the toughest task will be slowing down. After streaking through space at mind-numbing speeds for 10 months, NASA's MAVEN spacecraft and India's Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM ...

  3. Watch Mars Orbiter Mission in your room with 'Smartur Mangalyaan' app - IBNLive

    Watch Mars Orbiter Mission in your room with 'Smartur Mangalyaan' app
    IBNLive
    Hyderabad: As India's historical Mars Orbiter Mission will enter the last lap on September 24, Hyderabad based Neeraj Jewalkar has created a 3D application called 'Smartur Mangalyaan'. The application is created to spread awareness about the mission ...

  4. Readers React: Three reasons why India needs its Mars Mission - Economic Times

    Readers React: Three reasons why India needs its Mars Mission
    Economic Times
    Space missions add value to the country's scientific and technological might, and it has commercial value too. Isro chairman Prof U R Rao rightly said during the launch of Mars mission that "Indians feel proud after spending .`5,000 crore on Diwali ...

  5. Maven and MOM Orbiters Close In on Their Moments of Truth at Mars - NBCNews.com

    NBCNews.com

    Maven and MOM Orbiters Close In on Their Moments of Truth at Mars
    NBCNews.com
    After a 10-month-long, 442 million-mile journey to Mars, it's do or die time for NASA's Maven orbiter — with India's Mars Orbiter Mission following close behind. Both orbiters are designed to study the Red Planet's upper atmosphere, and both are ...


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