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Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) said that India had shut down Chandrayaan -2 on the GSLVMIIII-M1 due to technical constraints. Chandrayaan -2 mission, India’s second mission of the Moon, was be launched on Monday 15th July 2019, 2:51. However, just 56.24 minutes before the Chandrayaan-2 launch, due to technological issue, the moon mission was postponed by ISRO.

The Space Agency did not announce the new date for the launch of Chandrayaan-2 missions. The report said that the revised date for launch of Chandrayaan-2 will be announced later. 3,850 kg from Satish Dhawan Space Center (SDSC) The three-part spacecraft with weight and the three-part spacecraft, including the orbiter, lander and rover, was set at 2.51 a.m.

The first successful mission of the successful Chandrayaan-1, launched in 2008, was on Monday. Rocket (Chandrayaan-1) who had made 3,400 orbits around the moon, was working for 312 days till 29 August 2009. Plan for Chandrayaan-2 of 978 crores on Geosynchronous launch vehicle GSLV-MKII-M1 will take 54 days for the work of landing on the Moon through carefully planned orbital phase. After a full costume rehearsal last week, countdown to this campaign was started on Sunday 14th July 2019 at 6.51 am and the broadcasters filled up to fill the capacity of the rocket before launching various passengers.

According to this rule, payloads were finalized for ‘Chandrayaan-2’, but this plan was postponed in January 2013 and was re-planned in 2016 because Russia was unable to develop timely landers. Roscoscos later withdrew from the Foros-Grunt mission due to failure of Mars, because the technical aspect related to the mission of the Foros-Grunt was also being used in the lunar projects, which must be reviewed.

When Russia mentions inability to provide the land until 2015, India has decided to make the moon independent independently.

  • Chandrayaan-2 will launch the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) rocket from Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota, India.

According to the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), the new campaign will have orbiter, land and rovers. 

Chandrayaan-2 will try a soft landing on the Moon’s South Pole.

The mission will focus on the surface of the lunar surface, finding minerals and lunar caps, among other things.

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