The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) sent the Chandrayan to explore the Moon in 2008.

After the success of the project, ISRO decided to send a Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft to land at the South Pole in the Moon. ISRO has announced that the Chandrayan 2 spacecraft will be launched early on the morning of the 15th, when all missions have been completed.

But, that morning, the PSLV went off. When the Mark-3 rocket was refueled, the occupant suffered a technical failure. The launch of Chandrayaan-2 has been halted.

Scientists and engineers were actively involved in the repair of technical problems. ISRO has announced that the Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft will be launched at 2.43 pm tomorrow (22).

But, that morning, the BSLV went off. When the Mark-3 rocket was refueled, the occupant suffered a technical failure. The launch of Chandrayaan-2 has been halted.Scientists and engineers were actively involved in the repair of technical problems. ISRO has announced that the Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft will be launched at 2.43 pm tomorrow (22).

Following this, a 20-hour countdown to rocket launches began yesterday evening.ISRO leader K Sivan yesterday said that the Chandrayaan 2 spacecraft will be successfully launched into space.

With the launch of the satellite at 2.40 pm today, there was strong anticipation. Chandrayaan 2 Satellite, PSLV Mark 3 rocket was successfully launched from the rocket launch of Satish Dhawan Space Research Center in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh.

The Chandrayaan 2 satellite, which has been built at a cost of Rs 978 crore, will reach the moon in 2 months.

Dhanalakshmi Rajasekar

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