India Planning to Become the Fourth Country to Land on the Moon this September

The Indian Space Research Organisation’s communication satellite GSAT 6A is launched from Sriharikota, India. AP

India is planning to land a spacecraft on the moon in September, which would make it only the fourth country to make the journey, according to the Indian Space Research Organisation.

The agency said that during this mission to the south pole of the moon, the country will send an orbiter, rover and lander.

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SOURCE: New York Post, Kenneth Garger