NEW DELHI: Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chief K Sivan said that the launch of Chandrayaan-2 was successful. It will land on the south pole of the moon. ISRO chief K Sivan said, "I am very happy to announce that GSLV has successfully installed Chandrayaan-2 on Earth orbit. It is a historic journey towards the moon for India and a scientific research on the landing on the South Pole.
It may be mentioned that ISRO has launched Chandrayaan-2 for research on the moon at 2:43 this afternoon. ISRO has launched it with a geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle weighing 44 metres long and 640 tonnes from the GSLV-MK III-M1. This rocket is said to be Baahubali. The rocket and Chandrayaan-2 are valued at around Rs 978 crore.
This is India's second lunar mission. Under the Chandrayaan-2 mission, the research vehicle will land in that part of the moon that has not yet been researched. According to scientists, research on this South Pole will reveal how the moon finally originated. There are large and deep pits in this area. They are expected to present the virus in the early days of the solar system. Chandrayaan-2 will also map the surface of the moon. It will also provide information about its elements.