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Chandrayaan-1 was India's first mission to the moon. It operated for almost a year (between October 2008 and August 2009). The lunar orbiter is best known for helping to discover evidence of water molecules on the moon.
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(ISRO) is developing a successor mission called Chandrayaan-2, which is expected to launch to the moon in 2018.
Brief mission history
The name Chandrayaan means "Moon Craft" in ancient Sanskrit, . The Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft was based on an Indian meteorological satellite called Kalpansat. It was about the size of a refrigerator, with a dry weight (weight without fuel) of about 525 kilograms (1,160 lbs.) and was powered by a solar array that charged lithium-ion batteries on board.
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