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The Indian Space Research Organisation has announced the launch date of India’s most ambitious space program till date - Chandrayaan 2. The successor to the 2008 Moon mission will be launched on July 15. What makes this project special is that India aims to become just the fourth country to have landed a craft on the Moon.

12:52:54 on 15 Jun

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Plans for India’s second unmanned mission to the moon have been unveiled by the Indian Space and Research Organisation. Chandrayaan-2 will take off aboard the GSLV MK-III rocket at 0251 hours on 15 July from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh. The Chandrayaan-2 will attempt a soft landing on the unmapped southern pole of the moon.

11:57:52 on 14 Jun

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The United Nations is urging governments around the world to tax polluting industries, end fossil fuel subsidies, and stop building new coal power plants to lower air pollution that is choking the planet. Instead of waiting for governments to act, you can do your bit by cutting down your carbon footprint.

05:27:18 on 07 Jun

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