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What Mars Orbiter and Christopher Columbus have in common

The two most daring travel mission in human history are traveling to a distance unknown world. For both, the final destination is just a few moments away. All is going fine for both the entities. At the last moment, they both crash into rough rocky terrain. It is a colossal failure. Even though failed, both missions changed the face of the earth forever.

Mission 1: Mars Orbiter from NASA flew to Mars to crash into the atmosphere of Mars.




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Karthick Nambi

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