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Chandrayaan-2 launches only three days left, first time an aircraft will land at the south pole of the moon
Chandrayaan-2 launches only three days left, first time an aircraft will land at the south pole of the moon

New Delhi: The launch of the Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO)'s ambitious mission Chandrayaan-2 has only three days left. The Chandrayaan-2, costing Rs 1,000 crore, is scheduled to be sent into space at 02.51 minutes in the wee hours of July 15 via the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) MK-III rocket. The GSLV Mark Three has been installed on the launch pad of Sri Harikota on 7th July (Sunday).

ISRO had released pictures of Chandrayaan on its website on July 8. Informing this, ISRO Chief Dr K Sivan said at the seventh convocation of the Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST) that Chandrayaan-2 has been integrated with the launch vehicle. If the moon is discovered by Chandrayaan Pahl-2, it will be possible to migrate to man in the future.

This will pave the way for new discoveries in space science as well as research work here. Chandrayaan-2 will land at the moon's south pole 53 to 54 days after launch and will collect the data for the next 14 days. "Through Chandrayaan-2, ISRO is moving to the south pole of the moon where no one has reached till date," K. Sivan said. If we take that risk, the international scientific community will benefit. Risks and benefits are linked. '

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