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India’s second lunar mission Chandrayan-2 to be launched in April

CHANDRAYAN 2

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Minister of Atomic Energy and Space, Dr Jitendra Singh has said that the country will send its second mission to the moon – Chandrayan-2 in April this year. Dr Singh said in New Delhi yesterday that the mission will cost around 800 crore rupees which includes cost of orbiter, lander and rover.

Regarding nuclear energy, the Minister said that India is using the technology for peaceful purposes and its applications have been diversified in various fields including electricity generation, agriculture and health sectors. He said nuclear plants are now being installed in other parts of the country as earlier these are concentrated in southern and western parts.

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