India's spacecraft that successfully orbited Mars cost less to send it there than Hollywood spent on making Gravity.
Adam Rifkin stashed this in Facts
From September 2014, in case you missed it:
Indian Mars Orbiter cost $74 million, three-quarters that of Gravity.
It took 300 days to travel more than 420 million miles (670 million km).
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi hailed it 'near impossible' success.
The spacecraft, called Mangalyaan, will now study red planet's surface.
Spacecraft will study Mars for methane, a key chemical for life on Earth.
Data will help scientists better understand how planets and life evolved.