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    India plans to send an unmanned satellite to Mars in November 2013

    Greeley Haven on Mars, photographed by the Opportunity rover
    After its successful unmanned Chandrayaan mission to the Moon in 2008 that brought back the first-ever clinching evidence of the presence of water there, India is headed for the Red Planet.
    India's mission to Mars will be launched in November 2013 from its space port at Sriharikota on the coast of the Bay of Bengal using the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) rocket, which has undertaken 21 successful flights, including the Chandrayaan and Moon Impactor lunar probes.
    The government has allocated about $41m for the mission - the total cost of the mission will be more than $100m. 

    The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) suggests that the tentative objectives of the mission will be to focus on remotely assessing "life, climate, geology, origin and evolution and sustainability of life on the planet".
    "This is technology demonstration project, a mission that will announce to the world India has the capability to reach as far away as Mars," an Isro official said. 

    Sources:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-19110039

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