05th Aug :- The most ambitious Chandrayaan-2 campaign in space exploration has begun. ISRO has decided to postpone Chandrayaan-2 transit once again for a while. According to sources in ISRO, Chandrayaan-2 will be launched by ISRO in the first week of October to study the moon. But now this campaign has been avoided until December 2018.
Earlier, Chandrayaan-2 was scheduled to be launched in April last year. However, India’s campaign is deferred for various reasons. Meanwhile, India’s efforts to become the fourth country to reach the moon due to its prolonged expansion of the Chandrayaan expedition is shocked.
There are some technical difficulties for the late Chandrayaan-2 campaign. Earlier, the US, Russia and China have already made their presence on the moon. Meanwhile, the competition is going on in India and Israel to become the fourth country to reach the moon. Meanwhile, India’s move to become the fourth country to reach the moon due to its long-term defiance of Chandrayaan monasticism.
This is the second moon mission of India. Meanwhile, Chandrayaan-2 is completely developed indigenously. Chandrayaan-2 or the spacecraft weighs 3 thousand 290 kilograms. It will also collect data from Chandra’s charity.