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UPDATED: 18:13, December 09, 2005
India seeks to joint hands with Russia for moon probe
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Russia's Federal Space Agency spokesman Vyacheslav Davidenko told media on Dec. 7 that India has invited Russia to participate into India's moon probe program.

G Madhavan Nair, Chairman of Indian Space Research Organization, made the offer during his meeting with head of Russia's Federal Space Agency Anatoly Perminov on Dec.6. Mr. Nair, who led a delegation for the Russia visit, hoped Russian experts to propose suggestions on India's moon probe program.

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