The Indian Space Research Organisation on Tuesday scripted history when its Rs 450 crore Mars Orbiter Mission took off from Sriharikota spaceport for a 780 million-kilometre journey to the Red Planet.
ISRO's trusted workhorse, PSLV C25 ensured a smooth launch of the country’s first inter-planetary satellite mission
Also scripting history were 1,000-odd scientists, who have worked tirelessly on the mission.
The satellite is expected to go around the Earth for 20-25 days before embarking on a nine-month voyage to Mars on December 1, reaching the orbit of Mars on September 21, 2014.
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