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Olympus Mons - a large shield volcano on the planet Mars
Courtesy: ISRO - Government of India
MCC snapshot covering large region of mars
One more update.
Update on Mgy-1.
Arena Dorsum region of Mars
MOM successfully came out of ‘whiteout’ Phase
MCC 3D View Movie made from Mars global mosaic
MCC 3D View Movie on Website
MCC Image of Impact Crater - Flammarion
Announcement of Opportunity (AO) for future Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM-2)
Mangalyaan - 2 Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Please, hange the title to Indian Mars Exploration Program. @Kunal Biswas[/QUOTE]
Mangalyaan Still Going Strong, To Have Course Correction: ISRO
File photo of Mangalyaan undergoing testing
ISRO sets the ball rolling for Mars Mission-2
Prof. U.R. Rao. File photo: H.S. Manjunath
Shall we fork new thread for Mars Mission II or is it too early?
I don't think we need a new thread for future Mars Missions, this title looks perfect for covering all future Mars mission plus, what's need for a new thread for every Mars mission?
By the way, current procedure is of only concept finalization, we'll get actual info after Chandrayaan 2.
So, it's not correct time.
Moreover, I'm thinking of a single thread for Indian Lunar Research Program as once ISRO chief had announced to conduct Chandrayaan 3 and 4 in near future.
No trajectory correction in January 2017 could cripple Mangalyaan: ISRO chief
The eclipse of Mars is expected to happen in the first half of January will last 7-8 hours. By changing the trajectory, ISRO expects to cut down the duration of the eclipse by half.
By: Express News Service | Ahmedabad |Updated: August 11, 2016 10:22 AM
ISRO’s Mangalyaan mission launch. (PTI/ File)
Everything has an end after all. LOL.
Though, I'm wishing that the spacecraft survives, I'll be putting updates related to Mgy-2 as well.
ISRO Plans Return to Mars with Mangalyaan 2.0
The next Mars mission will likely be launched in March 2018, have a less elliptical orbit around the red planet and could weigh seven times more than the first mission.
An image of Mars taken by the Colour Camera onboard MOM-1 from a height of 8,449 km. Credit: ISRO
ISRO still mum on MOM data, NASA says not much water in Mars’ dark streaks
First year data of Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) released
For data release statement (Click here)
Visit https://mrbrowse.issdc.gov.in/MOMLTA/ for online Archive of MOM data
A college of Images from Mars has been released for students.
Screenshots from above file:
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