Curious case of Google search on Chandrayaan 2 in India and Pakistan – September 16, 2019

In looking for updates on Chandrayaan-2, I didn’t find anything helpful, but this article was interesting – Curious case of Google search on Chandrayaan 2 in India and Pakistan: https://www.indiatoday.in/science/story/chandrayaan-2-vikram-lander-isro-india-pakistan-google-search-trends-analysis-1598934-2019-09-16.

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People in Pakistan are interested in India and this interest is not limited just to Kashmir. Pakistan’s leadership may have a political interest in hurling barrages of hatred to mock Isro’s Chandrayaan-2 mission on Twitter and in the media, but that doesn’t seem to have made the ordinary Pakistani uninterested in searching about India’s Moon mission.

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In fact, their interest to know about the latest developments on Chandrayaan-2 remained very high even two days later, by when the search interest for ‘Chandrayaan 2’ had relatively dwindled in India.

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I imagine similar things happened in the past when the U. S. S. R. and the U.S. were vying for reaching the moon.

There are a few more days before September 20/21 when night was close in on Chandrayaan 2‘s location.

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