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Found! NASA Spots Crash Site and Debris from India's Lost Moon Lander

Dec 2, 2019
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So glad the crash site is identified, should give much information. Please never give up India! Your space program is admired internationally. Thank you so much for your commitment to the advancement of human knowledge!
 
Dec 3, 2019
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India's space program is a farce. If it wasn't for their veiled industrial espionage and copying US technology, they'd have nothing.
We invented the number ZERO .We were way ahead in science and engineering before we became slave nation.Temples and sculptures shows our expertise in engineering ,you should visit India once and see the sculptures which are more than thousand years old.

https://www.livescience.com › 27853-who-invented-zero
 
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Dec 3, 2019
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India's space program is a farce. If it wasn't for their veiled industrial espionage and copying US technology, they'd have nothing.
That's a bit churlish, I don't think that you should denigrate any space agency's efforts - especially a developing country. We all learn by mistakes that's how we make progress.
 

jsimenhoff

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India's space program is a farce. If it wasn't for their veiled industrial espionage and copying US technology, they'd have nothing.
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A2B

Dec 3, 2019
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India's space program is a farce. If it wasn't for their veiled industrial espionage and copying US technology, they'd have nothing.
Man, they have been building ballistic missiles for decades, and we prohibited ourselves from providing any assistance in doing so because Pakistan was an ally. If they can deliver a bomb, they can deliver a probe. Their first Mars mission was a success, and I read they did it for about 100 Million USD. Including launch costs. Maybe they should be teaching cost-containment to our aerospace suppliers. We might actually get big things done, at a price congress would budget.
 

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