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Chandrayaan 2 News & Update


Dream Legend
1 Jun 2013
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Chandrayaan-2 set to take off on 15 July, land on moon by 7 September

The lunar spacecraft Chandrayaan-2 is scheduled for lift off at 0251 hours on 15 July from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh.

“It will take 15 minutes to land and is going to be the most terrifying moment because this is a flight Isro has never undertaken," Sivan said.

“It’s a very slow operation. Subsequently, the Rover will move on to the moon. It will move at a speed of 1cm per second and will cover 500 metres," Sivan said.

The entire lifecycle of the Lander and Rover will be one lunar day, which is equivalent to 14 earth days while the Orbiter will continue for one year.
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Dream Shine
27 Oct 2018
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Launch window was between July 9th to July 16th. So if they have to launch they should by tomorrow. Or else we have to wait till new revised launch widow dates are announced.
Good that problem was rectified immediately or else it could have cost us.
Isro shouldn't bother about nonsense foreign media especially News articles from USA.
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