Monday, May 08, 2006

US will ride piggyback on an Indian spacecraft to explore the moon

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration will formally sign a pact with the Indian Space Research Organisation on Tuesday to place two scientific instruments aboard Chandrayaan-1, India’s unmanned lunar orbiter, planned for launch by 2008.

The US space agency will place the instruments — one from the Johns Hopkins University and the other jointly from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Brown University — to explore water deposits and mineral resources on the moon.

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