NEW DELHI — India says it remains on track to launch its second lunar mission in 2017, as the program awaits more funding from the Indian government, according to a senior scientist at the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). The space agency is “currently waiting for an approval from the Indian government for more funds to develop the lander and a rover,” says Mayilsamy Annadurai, ISRO’s project director for lunar missions. Chandrayaan-2 was originally meant to ...


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