What was cost of Chandrayan-I ?

Chandrayan-I was India’s first unmanned lunar project. It was launched by Indian Space Research Organisation on 22nd October 2008. It was launched from Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Shriharikota, Nellore District, AndhraPradesh. It was a milestone in India’s space research. The vehicle was successfully penetrated into lunar orbit on 8th November 2008. The mission ended on 29th August 2009 when suddenly communication was lost with the spacecraft.
It carried five Indian instruments and six foreign instruments. The estimated cost of this misson was Rs. 386 Crore (US $ 80 million).

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