The system performance met the test objectives and there was a close match with the pre-test predictions, Bengaluru-headquartered Indian Space Research Organisation said in a statement.
According to ISRO, the data from Chandrayaan-1 had been extensively used by Indian researchers to understand lunar morphology, surface age determination and composition of the lunar surface.
Setback for ISRO as GSLV fails to place earth observation satellite into orbit due to performance anomaly
The satellite, originally titled GISAT-1 weighing 2,268 kg was slated to be launched on March 5, 2020 but it was postponed a day before the lift-off due to 'technical reasons'.
The engine was fired for 240 seconds at the test facility of ISRO Propulsion Complex (IPRC), Mahendragiri, Tamil Nadu, said the statement.
The satellite will be launched before the final leg of the Gaganyaan mission, which will send astronauts to the Lower Earth Orbit.