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Chandrayaan-1 Successfully Reaches 100km Lunar Orbit 152

Posted by timothy
from the what-hath-man-wrought dept.
Matt_dk writes "Today, Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft has successfully reached its intended operational orbit at a height of about 100 km from the lunar surface. This followed a series of three orbit reduction manoeuvres conducted during the past three days by repeatedly firing the spacecraft's 440 Newton Liquid Engine. The next major event of Chandrayaan-1 mission planned in the coming days is the release of Moon Impact Probe (MIP) from the spacecraft and its eventual hitting of the moon's surface."
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Chandrayaan-1 Successfully Reaches 100km Lunar Orbit

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