Space On The Agenda During President's Trip to India

Comments Relating to Joint Space Exploration Efforts Made By President Bush During his Trip to India (excerpts), White House

Fact Sheet on U.S. - India Space Cooperation, Department of State

"The Chandrayaan-1 mission is an important step forward in U.S.-India space ties. Negotiations have taken place for two NASA instruments -- a Miniature Synthetic Aperture Radar to map ice deposits in the Moon's polar regions and a Moon Mineralogy Mapper to assess mineral resources of the Moon -- to join India's instruments in mutual exploration of the Moon. The Chandrayaan-1 mission will be a major advance for U.S./Indian civil space cooperation, as well as for the scientific activities critical to President Bush's Vision for Space Exploration."

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