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  • AriZona
    +4

    First attempt! Congrats to India to be the first one to do that.

  • Zachary
    +3

    This is a pretty awesome achievement, especially for a first attempt.

  • 8mm
    +2

    Great achievement for only $70ish million.

    • funhonestdude
      +3

      Way cheaper than a hollywood movie production. Well done guys.

      • KondoR
        +1

        "At just $US74 million ($84 million), India's mission cost is less than the estimated $US100 million budget of the sci-fi blockbuster Gravity." The actual thing cost more than a fictional movie.

    • canuck
      +2

      Yes especialy when comparing to NASAs Mars program that cost 10x that.

  • messi
    +2

    This is an amazing achievement considering just how difficult it is to successfully put a probe into orbit around Mars. Many missions have failed in the past.

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