India has again created a historical moment in the world of the universe. This is the second time India’s Chandrayaan has crosses the moon. Under the ‘Mission Moon’, Indian Space Research Institute, i.e., ISRO successfully launched Chandrayaan-2 at 2.43 PM in noon.
ISRO’s second mission Chandrayaan-2 was launched on July 22 at 2.43 pm from the country’s most powerful Bahubali rocket GSLV-MK3. Now to reach the south pole of the Moon, a 48-day journey of Chandrayaan-2 has begun. After about 16.23 minutes, Chandrayaan-2, separating from the GSLV-MK3 rocket at an altitude of about 182 km from Earth, will begin to rotate in the orbit of the Earth.
The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and many ministers of the government took to the micro-blogging site Twitter to congratulate the scientists at ISRO.
ISRO has reduced Chandrayaan-2 on day 6 days. It has been reduced from 54 days to 48 days. Even after the delay, Chandrayaan-2 will land on the moon’s the South Pole on September 6th.