Colonization of the is the proposed establishment of a permanent human community or robotic industries on lunar surface

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Colonization of the Moon is the proposed establishment of a permanent human community or robotic industries on the Moon.[1][2] Discovery of lunar water at the lunar poles by Chandrayaan-1 has renewed interest in the Moon. Locating such a colony at one of the lunar poles would also avoid the problem of long lunar nights ? about 354 hours long,[3] a little more than two weeks ? and allow the colony to take advantage of the continuous sunlight there for generating solar power.[4]
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> Permanent human habitation on a planetary body other than the Earth is one of science fiction's most prevalent themes. As technology has advanced, and concerns about the future of humanity on Earth have increased, the vision of space colonization as an achievable and worthwhile goal has gained momentum.[5][6] Because of its proximity to Earth, the Moon is seen as the best and most obvious location for the first permanent off-planet colony. Currently, the main problem hindering the development of such a colony is the high cost of spaceflight.[7]

There are also several projects that have been proposed for the near future by space tourism startup companies for tourism on the Moon.
Chandrayaan-1 (Sanskrit: [t??nd?a?ja?n]; lit: Moon vehicle[3][4] About this soundpronunciation (help?info)) was India's first lunar probe. It was launched by the Indian Space Research Organisation in October 2008, and operated until August 2009. The mission included a lunar orbiter and an impactor. India launched the spacecraft using a PSLV-XL rocket, serial number C11,[1][5] on 22 October 2008 at 00:52 UTC from Satish Dhawan Space Centre, at Sriharikota about 80 km (50 mi) north of Chennai.[6] Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee announced the project on course in his Independence Day speech on 15 August 2003. The mission was a major boost to India's space program,[7] as India researched and developed its own technology in order to explore the Moon.[8] The vehicle was inserted into lunar orbit on 8 November 2008.[9] the india congress Govt year 2008-2010 - india prime minister Dr. Manmohan singh anounced isro chdryaan mission this is worl best lunar misison success finds water on lunar surface.
On 14 November 2008, the Moon Impact Probe separated from the Chandrayaan orbiter at 14:36 UTC and struck the south pole in a controlled manner, making India the fourth country to place its flag on the Moon.[10] The probe hit near the crater Shackleton at 15:01 UTC, ejecting sub-surface soil that could be analysed for the presence of lunar water ice.[11][12] The location of impact was named as Jawahar Point.[13] Impact of the MIP on the lunar surface The Moon Impact Probe (MIP) crash-landed on the lunar surface on 14 November 2008, 15:01 UTC near the crater Shackleton at the south pole.[59] The MIP was one of eleven scientific instruments (payloads) on board Chandrayaan-1.[61] The MIP separated from Chandrayaan at 100 km from lunar surface and began its nosedive at 14:36 UTC. going into free fall for thirty minutes.[59] As it fell, it kept sending information back to the mother satellite which, in turn, beamed the information back to Earth. The altimeter then also began recording measurements to prepare for a rover to land on the lunar surface during a second Moon mission.[62] Following the deployment of the MIP, the other scientific instruments were turned on, starting the next phase of the mission.[61] After scientific analyses of the received data from the MIP, the Indian Space Research Organisation confirmed the presence of water in the lunar soil and published the finding in a press conference addressed by its then Chairman G. Madhavan Nair.
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