NEW DELHI — India’s Mars Orbiter Mission will undergo its second mid-course correction on June 11, a senior space scientist says. The spacecraft has traveled approximately 480 million km (298 million mi.), or two-thirds of the distance to Mars. The Mars orbiter was boosted by a Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV C25), from Sriharikota spaceport in South India on Nov. 5, marking a major milestone in India’s space program. In December, the Indian Space Research Organization ...

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