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Mission Chandrayaan-2: India takes Giant Jump Towards Journey to Moon
Mission Chandrayaan-2: After the successfuly launcing of the much awaited Mission Chandrayaan-2 by India, now all eye set on the tensive 48 days journey of the Mission. It is first week of September when  Mission Chandrayaan-2 will culminate to its journey and land on the South Pole of the Moon.

As the ISRO chief said in his address, the launching of Mission Chandrayaan-2 was beyond the expectation, we should expect that things will be on track.

It has been said that scientist were working continuous for the last seven days without any break.

PM Modi has congratulated the scientists for this major success.

As the countdown has already been began for the Mission Chandrayaan-2, India has on the way to create history towards it's journey to Moon. Despite the delay in launching of the Mission Chandrayaan-2 due to the minor technical glitch, the launch of Mission Chandrayaan-2 is now rescheduled on today i.e. on July 22, 2019 at 14:43 hrs IST. It will be launched from  from Satish Dhawan Space Center at Sriharikota on-board GSLV Mk-III.

Needless to say, it is the confidence and success rate of ISRO which make us hopeful for Mission Chandrayaan-2.

ISRO has made it clear that everything on the track and the second mission for the Moon will be launched on Monday i.e. July 22, 2019. 

Scientists of ISRO have left no stone unturned for this much awaited Mission Chandrayaan-2 which launch was aborted last week due to minor glitch in the GSLV Mark III rocket. Accordint to ISRO Updates, The launch is scheduled at 1443 Hrs IST on July 22, 2019.

The launch is now rescheduled on Today i.e. on July 22, 2019 at 14:43 hrs IST from Satish Dhawan Space Center at Sriharikota on-board GSLV Mk-III.

According to ISRO, Chandrayaan-2 has several science payloads to expand the lunar scientific knowledge through detailed study of topography, seismography, mineral identification and distribution, surface chemical composition, thermo-physical characteristics of top soil and composition of the tenuous lunar atmosphere, leading to a new understanding of the origin and evolution of the Moon.

It is noted that ISRO is  set to deploy  a rover on the lunar surface through Chandrayaan-2 mission. Certainly it will be the big thrust to the ISRO Chandrayaan-II Mission for which preparation is going on. 

Government has approved cost of the Chandrayaan-2 Mission is Rs.603.00 crores.

It is to be noted that to give the new height to its space mission program, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is planning to deploy a rover on the lunar surface through Chandrayaan-2 mission. 

The instruments on Rover will conduct in-situ analysis of elements such as  Na,  Mg, Al, Si, etc; in the vicinity of landing site.  

Mining and extracting Helium-3 deposits is not planned.   Total approved cost of the Chandrayaan-2 Mission is Rs.603.00 crores.

Facts about Gaganyaan
Gaganyaan is the much awaited space missin of India for which ISRO is all set to send manned mission on Moon. Gaganyaan is the Indian crewed orbital spacecraft is being designed is such a way that it can carry three people. Apart from this it is equipped and upgraded  with rendezvous and docking capability. 


It has been said that the vehicle is planned to be launched in December 2021. The module has been manufactured by Hindustan Aeronautical Limited (HAL).


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