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Chandrayaan-1: India's first lunar mission lost in space detected orbiting the Moon by NASA radar

Chandrayaan-1: India's first lunar mission lost in space detected orbiting the Moon by NASA radar

In addition to Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft, the US space agency also located NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) around the Moon.

Large impact crater could hold clues about Moon`s mantle

Researchers sifting through data from the Moon Mineralogy Mapper that flew aboard India`s Chandrayaan-1 lunar orbiter found a diverse mineralogy in the subsurface of the giant South Pole Aitken basin.

Origin of mysterious `lunar swirls` solved

In the Apollo era it was realized that lunar swirls were associated with localized magnetic fields in the lunar crust.

`India`s lunar mission found moon alive, kicking`

Chandrayaan-1 found the earth`s satellite alive and kicking, demolishing myths about it being bone dry and inactive for millions of years.

`Moon may have 100 times more water`

Moon may have 100 times more water than what was known from Chandrayaan-1 sample analysis.

Chandrayaan-1 finds deepest crater on moon

Scientists have discovered moon`s
biggest and deepest crater-some 2,400 kms long and 9 km deep from a NASA instrument that flew aboard India`slunar mission ChandrayaanI.

Courtesy ISRO, we found water on Moon: NASA

NASA has thanked ISRO and its Chandrayaan mission for its role in the detection of water on Moon.

Did Chandrayaan-1 find water on moon?

Despite coming to an abrupt end, India’s maiden moon mission Chandrayaan-1 might have put an end to the question of existence of water on moon.

Failure of key unit could have led to Chandrayaan-1 end

It was the failure of "heart" of
the lunar craft, the bus management unit that performed vital
control functions, which probably led to premature end of the
country`s ambitious maiden moon mission --Chandrayaan-1.

Data from Chandrayaan-1 being used for 2nd moon mission

Further research was being carried out for Chandrayaan-2 proj, based on quality data and photographs taken by Chandrayaan-1, whose mission came to an abrupt end.

India should be proud of Chandrayaan-1: Nair

Indian Space Research Organisation
(ISRO) Chairman G Madhavan Nair on Sunday said the country should
be proud of Chandrayaan-1 for being a successful low cost
planetary mission.

ISRO terminates Chandrayaan-1 moon mission: Nair

India`s maiden Rs 400 crore moon
mission Chandrayaan-1 was on Sunday terminated, about one year
before the odyssey`s expected end, after ISRO failed to
restore the snapped communication link with the unmanned

Did ISRO goof-up on Chandrayaan-1 life?

Did ISRO goof-up when it announced that Chandrayaan-1 would have a mission life of two years?

Chandrayaan-1 -- End of the orbit by January 2010?: The Hindu

Three international space agencies and scientific institutes that have their scientific payloads on board the moon mission Chandrayaan-1 will be told “unambiguously” to complete their data analyses “at the earliest".