NEW DELHI – India is pondering either revisiting Mars or the Moon, or mounting its first mission to Venus as its next interplanetary space probe. Although still under discussion, there is a fair chance of launching a mission to Venus – the brightest and hottest planet in the Solar System – in about two to three years, a senior scientist at the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) says. An asteroid visit also is a possibility, the scientist says. The decision to work ...

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