Zetas Say India’s MOM Spacecraft Reached Mars For 90% Less Than Nasa’s Cost, And Will Find Proof Of Life And Annunaki

Zetas Say India’s MOM Spacecraft Reached Mars For 90% Less Than Nasa’s Cost, And Will Find Proof Of Life And Annunaki

According to the Zetas below… it will be interesting to see what India photographs on the Martian landscape…. further proof of life and the Annunaki!!

Mars is already quite busy…

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Zetatalk:

The news of today is that India has just successfully reached Mars (the first country to successfully do so on its first attempt). Question for the Zetas: Since there hasn’t been so far an intervention by the COW, can we expect the Indian space agency to be more open to what they would soon discover on Mars, and possibly disclose some evidence of alien life? [and from another]http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-29357438  India’s space agency has released its first picture of Mars, taken by its satellite which entered orbit around the Red Planet. It is the first time a maiden voyage to Mars has entered orbit successfully and it is the cheapest. Nasa’s latest Maven mission cost almost 10 times as much. India’s 1,350kg (2,970lb) robotic spacecraft, which undertook a 10-month-long 200-million-km journey, is equipped with five instruments. They include a thermal imaging spectrometer to map the surface and mineral wealth of the planet, and a sensor to track methane – a possible sign of life – and other components of the atmosphere. India has become the fourth nation or geo-bloc to put a satellite into orbit around Mars, and the first from Asia. Only the US, Russia and Europe have previously sent missions to Mars. [and from another] http://www.aljazeera.com/news/asia/2014/09/india-triumphs-with-first-mission-mars-201492424235943945.html  The success of the Mars orbiter mission, lauded for its low $74m cost, has placed India in an elite club of Martian explorers with the US, the European Space Agency and the former Soviet Union. India has said the spacecraft, called Mangalyaan in Hindi, was chiefly meant to showcase the country’s ability to design, plan, manage and operate a deep-space mission. India has already conducted dozens of successful satellite launches, including sending up the Chandrayaan-1 lunar orbiter, which discovered key evidence of water on the Moon in 2008. Five solar-powered instruments will help determine how Martian weather systems work and what happened to the water that is believed to have once existed on Mars in large quantities. The probe will also search for methane, a key chemical in life processes on Earth that could also come from geological processes.

Was India assisted to get to Mars on what is being hailed as an extremely cheap and highly successful voyage? They were certainly not hindered. At 10% what such a voyage costs NASA, and with high grade images of Mars being delivered, India has suddenly become the place to go when wanting to hire help for such missions. This is frankly stated as the goal of their endeavors, to be viewed as employable. Where the Council of Worlds did not assist this mission, beyond ensuring that no unexpected blocks were encountered, they do expect that the images will propel the Awakening further. Signs of life, signs of water, signs of the former Annunaki, and perhaps other intelligent life too. Should India try to transport humans to Mars, where the elite hope to escape during the trauma of the Pole Shift, their missions would be disrupted.

http://www.zetatalk.com/ning/27sp2014.htm

See the Stunning New Portrait of Mars from India’s MOM Spacecraft

TIME – ‎1 hour ago‎
Mars photographed by the ISRO Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) spacecraft on Sept. 30, 2014. ISRO—AFP/Getty Images. India’s Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM), which began orbiting the Red Planet on Sept. 23, has already sent back a stunning new portrait of Mars.

Dusty Days: India Mission Photographs Stormy Mars Globe

Discovery News – ‎Sep 30, 2014‎
Interestingly, the plain, Meridiani Planum, is dead-center of the shot — the location where Mars rover Opportunity landed in 2004 and continues to explore to this day. Also, near the top of the image, the greyish clouds are a sign of a dust storm brewing in the …

US, India to Team Up on Mars Exploration

Space.com – ‎6 hours ago‎
NASA and the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will investigate ways to collaborate on future missions to Mars, officials said Tuesday (Sept. 30). The announcement comes just one week after India put its first-ever Mars probe in orbit around the …

Indian Spacecraft Snaps Spectacular Portrait of Mars (Photo)

Space.com – ‎Sep 29, 2014‎
India’s first spacecraft to visit Mars has beamed home its greatest photo of the Red Planet yet, a view that reveals the planet from pole to pole. The new photo of Mars from India’sMangalyaan probe was unveiled today (Sept. 29) by the Indian Space Research …

India’s Mars Orbiter Mission Spots Dust Storm … Plus India?

NBCNews.com – ‎Sep 29, 2014‎
Less than a week after its arrival in Martian orbit, India’s Mars Orbiter Mission spacecraft has captured a beautiful full-disk portrait of the Red Planet — marked by a dust storm as well as a pattern of light and dark that reminds some Indians of their home country …

#SpaceBuddies: India’s chatty Mars orbiter spurs flurry of Red Planet tweets

RT – ‎Sep 29, 2014‎
In this handout photograph released by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on September 25, 2014, the surface of Mars is seen from a height of 7300m in the first image taken by the ISRO Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) spacecraft.(AFP Photo …

What the Mission to Mars Shows About India’s Innovators

blogs.hbr.org (blog) – ‎3 hours ago‎
The success of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) in placing the Mangalyaan satellite into orbit around Mars last week has three important lessons for companies about winning in emerging markets: big ambitions are critical, constraints can be …

India’s MOM Snaps Spectacular Portrait of New Home – the Red Planet

Universe Today – ‎13 hours ago‎
28, barely four days after her historic arrival on Sept. 23/24 following the successful Mars Orbital Insertion (MOI) braking maneuver. The MOM orbiter was designed and developed by theIndian Space Research Organization (ISRO), India’s space agency, …

US-India to collaborate on Mars exploration

MSN News – ‎9 hours ago‎
The United States and India, fresh from sending their own respective spacecraft into Mars‘ orbit earlier this month, on Tuesday agreed to cooperate on future exploration of the Red Planet. Two deals were signed during a meeting in Toronto, Canada, between …

The Success of India’s Mars Mission Could Drive U.S. Space Program To Lower 

Benzinga – ‎Sep 30, 2014‎
Mars on a budget. That is one way to describe the recent success achieved by India’s space program. The Mangalyaan spacecraft just completed a 10-month journey to Mars for a mere $72 million. That figure, less than the amount spent on the 2013 movie …

Positive Chinese reaction to Indian Mars mission could mean closer links

RT (blog) – ‎20 hours ago‎
China’s positive reaction on the success of India’s Mars Orbiter Mission is a very mature move which proves the skeptics of India-China bonhomie wrong. Beijing’s reaction shows that far from sulking over India’s prowess in space, as many Western voices had …

India, NASA plot science campaign for Mars orbiters

Spaceflight Now – ‎13 hours ago‎
TORONTO — Officials working on India’s Mars orbiter project are finalizing plans for a six-month science campaign after the spacecraft arrived in orbit last week, an achievement that has already satisfied the mission’s primary objectives, the head of India’s …

India, US Agree to Joint Exploration of Mars

Wall Street Journal (blog) – ‎5 hours ago‎
On Tuesday, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration signed an agreement to work with the Indian Space Research Organisation during future explorations ofMars. They also agreed to join forces in observations and scientific analysis from their …

NASA and India Enter Partnership For Future Joint Mars Missions

Nature World News – ‎1 hour ago‎
India’s space agency may have flown solo for its first Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM), but it won’t have to for future projects. A mere six days after the Indian spacecraft Mangalyaan successfully inserted itself into Martian orbit, NASA has signed documents …

U.S. and India to collaborate on Earth and Mars missions

EarthSky – ‎6 hours ago‎
Both NASA and India’s space agency – called the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) – placed spacecraft in orbit around Mars during this past month. NASA’s MarsAtmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN (MAVEN) spacecraft arrived at Mars September …

Mangalyaan sends photo of dust storm over Mars’s northern hemisphere

Times of India – ‎Sep 29, 2014‎
“Regional dust storm activities over northern hemisphere of Mars — captured by Mars Color Camera on board Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM)”, Bangalore-headquarteredIndian Space Research Organization (Isro) said on its official Facebook page with a picture …

Check out this gorgeous Mars picture, courtesy of India’s orbiter

Los Angeles Times – ‎18 hours ago‎
Hello Mars! You’re looking lovely this week! The Indian Space Research Organization, or ISRO, has released a handful of images of Mars taken by its Mars Orbiter Mission, or MOM, in the last few days, and while they are all beautiful, this one showing the orb …

Mangalyaan sends picture of dust storm activities on Mars

Hindustan Times – ‎Sep 29, 2014‎
India’s Mars

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