The second leg of India's prestigious lunar mission (Chandrayaan-2) will see a few firsts and milestones in the history of the ISRO's space programme.
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The launch preparations are progressing smoothly at Sriharikota and all the checks were being carried out. GSLV-Mk-III, the heaviest rocket of India will lift off with Chandrayaan-2 from the second launch pad at 2. 51 am on Monday.
Here are a few milestones of the Chandrayaan-2 mission
(With agency inputs)