India`s second mission to Moon appears headed for a prolonged delay following uncertainty over availability of lander from Russia even as the `desi` rocket to launch the space odyssey would take time to become operational.
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