Ajay Lele, a research fellow at IDSA, Delhi, is author of ‘Mission Mars: Indias Quest for the Red Planet
Going to the Moon and Mars is important for multiple reasons, including the quest for minerals and energy security. India should avoid getting swayed by rhetoric such as the “Space Race”.
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