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Chandrayaan II to be indigenous mission

India has decided to go alone and not go in unison with Japan in its Chandrayaan II project. The aim behind this is to keep the lunar exploration programe completely indigenous with 'minor' help from NASA.

ISRO chairman A S Kiran Kumar said Chandrayaan II, having an indigenously built Lander and Rover, will be launched by December 2017 or first half of 2018. The spacecraft will also have instruments that will collect samples and send the data back to earth.

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