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India launches mission to moon's south pole with lunar lander

Country aims to join Russia, US and China as world's fourth space power

NEW DELHI -- India on Monday launched an ambitious mission to soft-land on the surface of the moon and deploy a rover, seeking to become only the fourth country to do so after Russia, the U.S. and China.

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