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An Indian startup could be the first private entity to land on the moon

Rahul Narayan had no clue about space. In 2010, he was in the software industry, running a startup that developed products for an ecommerce company.  Who knew seven years later, he would on his way sending a rover to the moon? SEE ALSO: A private spaceflight company just got approval to land a spacecraft on the moon Narayan and his friends were intrigued by Google Lunar X-Prize competition announced in 2010.  The competition invited private…

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An Indian startup could be the first private entity to land on the moon

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