NEW DELHI: India's upcoming Rs 800-crore Chandrayaan-2 mission+ will be cheaper than Hollywood's 2014 sci-fi movie 'Interstellar' that cost Rs 1,062 crore ($165 million). In fact, Isro's earlier Mars mission (Rs 470 crore) launched in 2013 was also cheaper than another Hollywood space movie 'Gravity' (whose budget was Rs 644 crore or $100 million) made in the same year. So, what makes Indian Space Research Organisation's space and interplanetary missions cost-effective?
Ivan Bigger - Trump Manor - 5 hours ago
No need to compare with Hollywood movies...isro work is not for entertainment..it''s in larger national and social intrest...which is priceless
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abcd - del - 4 hours ago
In first place, useless article which is not all needed. On the top of it, comparison. Grow up media!!! Grow up!! Why are you unnecessarily creating pressure on the organization!!? Let them do their work silently. No need of propaganda or much media attention is required.
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Dixit - 6 hours ago
It will be cheaper ofcourse. Labour is cheap in India.
I am saying this positively. Salaries are lesser in $ terms. Obviously it will be cheap in $. There is no comparison at all.
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basavaraja G - 3 hours ago
It is even cheaper than the 12km road constructed in bangalore by our great great siddu ji.. hnrbl CM of karnataka
It will be cheaper than the cctvs knstalled at a cost of 17.5 lakhs per cctv in bangalore..
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Rohit - 2 hours ago
Best Luck to ISRO. We are proud of you.
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