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Three new species of bacteria, which are not found on Earth and which are highly resistant to ultra-violet radiation, have been discovered in the upper stratosphere by Indian scientists.
China plans to dock two unmanned crafts in space by 2011, with the first being launched by the end of 2010, a government spokesman told Xinhua news agency on Saturday.
Chinaâ€™s State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense will be taking contributions from qualified institutions, such as universities, to help build the nationâ€™s first lunar probe, which is expected to land on the moon by 2012, according to the Guangming Daily newspaper.
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) plans to launch two people into space for seven days, the planning commission announced on Friday, marking the approval of the nationâ€™s first astronaut launch.
The European C1XS X-ray camera on board Indiaâ€™s Chandrayaan-1 lunar orbiter has detected the presence of magnesium, aluminum and silicon on the Moon during a small solar flare - one of the first of the new solar cycle.
The C1XS X-ray camera, jointly developed by the UKâ€™s STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory and the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), has successfully detected its first X-ray signature from the Moon.
Rugged, High-reliability Components Contribute to India's First Scientific Mission to the Moon to Survey Lunar Surface HUDSON, N.H., Dec.
Indiaâ€™s first unmanned lunar craft, Chandrayaan 1, is suffering from an internal temperature rise that has Indian scientists searching for ways to cool down the spacecraft.
The Indian Space Research Organizationâ€™s lunar orbiter Chandrayaan-1 released a probe that impacted close to the lunar south pole on 14 November - Following this, the instruments on the spacecraft are being switched on to get the science observations started.
Inspired by its very first mission to the Moon, India is set to tackle an object on Earth: Google.