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Mint

Meet TeamIndus, India’s moonwalkers

TeamIndus, the only Indian team to qualify for the Google Lunar XPrize, has set its sights on landing a craft on the moon by next year

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Wired

Team Indus is tapping into millennials

Team Indus is tapping into millennials for its plans to send experiments to the Moon

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The Week

Aiming at the Moon

Being the sole Indian entry in the $ 30 million Google Lunar XPRIZE competition, TeamIndus, a Bengaluru-based start up is aiming at the moon.

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Bloomberg – The Quint

This ‘Made in India’ Robot Could be India’s Ticket to Landing on the Moon

TeamIndus is building a privately-funded spacecraft which it hopes will soft-land on the moon by December 2017.

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Homegrown

The Private Bengaluru Startup Trying To Send A Rover To The Moon

An aerospace start-up company from Bengaluru is becoming the quintessential launchpad for Indian dreams.

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The Financial Express

From the lab to the moon – Contest seeks brightest ideas

In a unique opportunity, youngsters from across the country are being invited to design an experiment that will fly aboard an Indian spacecraft

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Firstpost

Space technology startup TeamIndus announces Lab2Moon competition

TeamIndus is the only Indian team competing for the Google Lunar XPRIZE, and with this announcement, marks the first non-government experiment to fly to the moon since 1976.

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Business Standard

TeamIndus launches competition for space enthusiasts

TeamIndus launches competition for space enthusiasts

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The Times of India

TeamIndus launches competition to get your payload to moon

TeamIndus, a space-technology startup, today announced the launch of Lab2Moon, a competition to for young people globally to create an experimental payload to fly on board

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Deccan Chronicle

Want to do an experiment on the moon?

The Google Lunar XPrize, announced in 2007, is a global competition in which 16 privately funded teams from around the world are participating

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The Hindu Business Line

TeamIndus close to raising $10 million

TeamIndus, an aerospace start-up that won a $1-million Google Lunar X prize for its project to land a spacecraft on the Moon, is close to raising up to $10 million in its second round of funding.

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Outlook Business

Taking A Moonshot

Housed at their Aryabhatta Block office in Bangalore, Team Indus is hard at work to win Google’s daunting target — to land a rover on our nearest neighbour in space.

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The Economic Times

Here's how Bengaluru-based start-up Team Indus is reaching for the moon

Bengaluru-based Team Indus, made of a group of young space enthusiasts, is practising a kind of frugal engineering with generous help from former ISRO engineers

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TechCrunch

This Indian team plans to be the first private company to land on the moon

These factors have helped secured TeamIndus’s spot as a lead contender in the contest, but they certainly have some ways to go.

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