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Topics: Space, India, moon

Wednesday, 22 October 2008

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Lunar landing module of the BUDDHA VII space craft, featuring seven robotic arms for collecting lunar curry samples.

India has launched its first foray into space, an unmanned probe to the moon in order to prove once and for all whether or not the moon is truly made out of curry.

Expecting to raise a large cloud when the robotic spacecraft lands, Indian scientists have equipped it with huge culinary scoops to capture all that free floating curry powder.

If the mission is successful, India plans regular, weekly roundtrip flights of Indian space shuttles, to finally corner the world market on curry, wresting this financial gem at long last from Britain's East India Company.

Not to be outdone, Great Britain immediately announced plans for British shuttles to mars in order to corner the world market on saffron.

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