With Chandrayaan-2 launch, India’s ISRO shoots for the Moon on a shoe-string budget | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

With Chandrayaan-2 launch, India’s ISRO shoots for the Moon on a shoe-string budget

The mission’s budget is just $141 million, significantly lower than those of other countries, and less than half of the recently released blockbuster “Avengers: Endgame.” The orbiter is designed to operate for at least one year, but lander and rover are expected to operate for just a couple of weeks.

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