Chandrayaan-2

Chandrayaan-2 launch rescheduled for July 22, says ISRO as technical snag fixed 

On July 15, the launch was aborted 56 minutes and 24 seconds before lift-off at 1.55 am following a technical problem in its most powerful rocket GSLV-Mk-III, dubbed 'Baahubali'.

published on : 18th July 2019

Scientists hail ISRO for detecting Chandrayaan-2 glitch in time

Scientists also expressed the hope that any technical problem will be sorted out by ISRO, and the mission will be launched successfully.

published on : 15th July 2019

Chandrayaan-2 launch deferred: Technical glitch leaves anxious spectators at Sriharikota dejected

The countdown to the launch of Chandrayaan-2 onboard GSLVMkIII-M1-- scheduled for 2.51 am-- was stopped 56 minutes and 24 seconds before liftoff at 1.55 am.

published on : 15th July 2019

Components of Chandrayaan-2 modules manufactured in Bhubaneswar centre: Official

Seven specific assemblies for navigation and inertial momentum of the orbiter and the limbs of the moon rover 'Pragyan' have also been manufactured by the centre.

published on : 14th July 2019

Siddipet scientist in ISRO’s Chandrayaan-2 mission

According to Surender’s social media profiles, he studied at the Government High School in Siddipet and pursued higher education from Andhra University and JNTU.

published on : 14th July 2019

Ahead of Chandrayaan-2 launch, ISRO engages space enthusiasts on Twitter

With space missions being all the rage on social media, an example being Space X holding conferences with audience about the nuances of the project, ISRO was not far behind.

published on : 14th July 2019

Chandrayaan-2: Countdown begins for India's most ambitious lunar mission yet

The mission, which will take off from launch pad-2 of ISRO's Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota, at 2.51 am on July 15, is scheduled to touch down on September 6 near the lunar south pole.

published on : 14th July 2019

From Lucknow to the moon: How Ritu Karidhal took on the Chandrayaan-2 challenge

A doting mother, a loving sister, an ace student - India's rocket woman Ritu Karidhal Srivastava, mission director, Chandrayaan-2, is all this and much more....

published on : 13th July 2019

A few milestones of the Chandrayaan-2 mission

GSLV-Mk-III rocket will lift off with Chandrayaan-2 from the Second Launch Pad at 2. 51 am on Monday.

published on : 13th July 2019

30% of Chandrayaan-2's mission team will be women: ISRO

The Project Director is M Vanitha, an electronics systems engineer, shouldering the entire responsibility of the Chandrayaan-2.

published on : 13th July 2019

Chandrayaan-2 mission will go where no country has ever gone before

Other specialities of the mission are that it is the first to explore the lunar terrain with home-grown technology and India will be the fourth country ever to carry out soft landing on the lunar surf

published on : 13th July 2019

Chandrayaan-2 launch: GSLV MKIII-M1 rocket, nicknamed 'Baahubali' moved to Sriharikota Range

ISRO scientists on June 29 completed all the tests on the robotic rover Pragyan and integrated it with the lander Vikram.

published on : 8th July 2019

Chandrayaan-2: First step towards Indians setting foot on moon in near future

ISRO’s Chandrayaan-2 is capitalising on the Chandrayaan Mission to further its search for more water near the lunar South Pole

published on : 8th July 2019

Mission Chandrayaan-2 will spark national interest in space research

Chandrayaan-2 marks yet another technological and scientific leap forward in the growing number of space science missions by India.

published on : 8th July 2019

Planning ARTEMIS, NASA waits to take crucial notes from Chandrayaan-2  

This lunar station, being called the Gateway, is being looked at by NASA scientists as the future outpost for sustained explorations of the moon, as well as a “base camp” for missions to Mars.

published on : 8th July 2019
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