India Will the existence of UFO bases on the moon reveal?
Saturday, December 20, 2008
For Chandrayaan-1 can escape the attraction thus orbit the moon and direction to move, it used its Liquid Apogee Motor (LAM). Liquid Propellant needed for LAM as well as thrusters are on board the spacecraft.
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The spacecraft was launched on October 22, India is on the way to Monday There is a big debate within and between the Indian government and the Indian Space Research Organization. The debate is about whether or not telling the truth about the existence of UFO bases on Monday
The Indian spacecraft, loaded with 11 loads of cargo (scientific instruments) weighs about 1,380 pounds at launch.
The spacecraft is shaped like a rectangle with an excellent solar panel on one side. The state-of-the-art sub-systems ensure the safety and efficiency of the 11 cargo loads.
It is driven by a single solar panel with a maximum power of 700 W. A 336 Ampere-Hour (AH) litium ion battery systems for power whenever the sun solar power can not generate.
"For Chandrayaan-1 can escape the attraction thus orbit the moon and direction to move, it used its Liquid Apogee Motor (LAM). Liquid Propellant needed for LAM as well as thrusters, on board the spacecraft.
The vessel dual gimbaled antenna transmitting scientific data to earth collected by the 11 present cargo loads.
India, the world can still sometimes surprise, a surprise each time come. The country, the existence of underground infrastructure of UFO bases reveal.