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The NASA space shuttle programme cost about $209 billion over its lifetime and made a total of 135 flights, costing an average per launch of nearly $1.6 billion. Team Indus has built their lunar rover with only $35 million of funding and a team of rag tag engineers in Bangalore(HT File Photo)

Regardless of the fears and risk, the space race will benefit all of us

By Vivek Wadhwa
UPDATED ON JAN 19, 2019 02:51 PM IST
The opportunities are endless: biological experimentation; resource extraction; figuring out how to live on other planets; space travel; and tourism
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