India's Chandrayaan 2 moon probe set for landing | DW News

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Indias Chandrayaan 2 moon mission is going according to plan and people are crossing their fingers that the Vikram landing module will make a successful soft landing near the south pole of the moon's far side, putting it in an exclusive club. The aim of the unmanned Chandrayaan-2 mission is to study water deposits.

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Im waiting from america. I think its set to land hours from now.
Good luck india!

Author — Dadson worldwide

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To India- congrats. You are now one of the 3 countries that can go into space now. -From a guy in the US

Author — Johnny Dotson

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Hit like for successful touchdown to lunar surface. 🇮🇳

Author — Abrar Razi

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first they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win. Congratulations India.

Author — oldmonk

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10 dislike r flat Earth and bbc, alza hizda, newyork times and other west media, but thanks dw news.

Author — SnOwMaN Santa

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It didn't land as expected. Communication stopped. Maybe crashed. But we Indians can try again.

Author — Saithalavi Koya T K

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This is a good news for not only India but to the entire world as this is the first mission to the south pole of the moon which is the first of its kind. I am very impressed.
Kudos India!!!

Author — Flavored Bleak

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Good job🇮🇪😃
Good luck🇮🇪😊
Congratulation from China🇨🇳 We are friends for all Asians

Author — 朱应刚

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Can't wait to watch it land. Best of success India! From us here in the USA.

Author — jay f

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I Desire Success to India (from Brazil).

Author — Felipe

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It's cost is less than making an average Hollywood movie🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳

Author — karan thokchom

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Hooray for India’s space program! Praying for a soft landing and finding good information.

Author — Skashoon

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A worthwhile report, if a bit unnecessarily backhanded:

[They launched a spacecraft...because they failed an earlier attempt.]

[They want to do research...oh but really they're just trying to prove themselves.]

Why say it like this?
To your credit, those aspects are facts and worth knowing (...I guess), yet if that's true, you completely fail to detail any of the groundbreaking research of WHY they are targeting the dark side of the moon. Afterall, finding water in space...is kind of a big deal. This will move the world of scientific knowledge forward. I find that more significant than spreading some quasi-political agenda. Just sayin'. I have a feeling this report might have been worded differently were it a Western craft (I am an American, for disclosure's sake).

We should all be thankful and proud of India's tremendous accomplishment even thus far.

I hope I don't come off as too harsh—I am nonetheless glad that DW reported on this. Danke.

Author — Paul Naughton

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I'm from But I'm so happy seeing it land on moon soon...

Author — Imad Khan

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As an Indian, i am very proud on me that i am born in India, all the best to hard working ISRO's scientist.
🇮🇳🇮🇳

Author — Jaswindar Singh Randhawa

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Now India is going to create another massive history, But till now PAKISTAN doing research "How to enter into India". 😉

Author — Manoj R

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I am from London and waiting to see the Vikram landing on moon.
Being an Indian i can't express how proud i am.

Author — aman singh

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OK, it's time to negotiate the problem of sovereignty of Moon. I have a good advice for world and Moon Peace in the next 100 years. South pole belongs to India if they succeed this time, near side belongs to Russia and America, and the sovereignty of far side of Moon belongs to China. If Other countries wanna land on Moon, you should get a Visa from them firstly.

Author — jacky tang

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To every Indian after reading the racist comments down please don't react to them because they can not see anyone rising and just need chance to
We are proud of ourselves, our scientists and each person serving his country.
Jai hind🇮🇳

Author — CraZy PaNdA

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WHEN DW NEWS FINISHES BBQing BBC you won't be needing to add salt to it

Author — Devesh Bhosale