Chandrayaan-2 Launch: India's 1st Mission Attempt To Put Robots On Moons Lunar South Pole

Chandrayaan-2 Launch: India's 1st Mission Attempt To Put Robots On Moons Lunar South Pole
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India’s exploration mission to the moon is readying for launch. The Chandrayaan-2 mission, aiming to put robots at the lunar south pole for the first time, has suffered several delays leading up to lift-off. It was originally scheduled for July 14 but the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) postponed the departure less than an hour before launch due to a “technical snag.”
The landmark mission is now set to depart from India’s Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, north of Chennai, at 2:13 a.m. PT (5:13 a.m. ET), Monday, July 22. Unlike the Apollo 11 mission, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this week, India’s mission isn’t slated to feature humans. Rather, Chandrayaan-2 is carrying three lunar exploration robots that will be able to survey the moon from both the surface and the sky.

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