ISRO announces it will launch Chandrayan-II space mission on June 15
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Bengaluru, June 12 -- Embarking on the most challenging programme in India's Space history, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) would be launching a fully indigenous Chandrayan II Moon Mission from its Spaceport at Sriharikota on July 15.
The Spacecraft that includes a moon arbiter satellite, a lander and a rover that will explore the surface of the Moon to find minerals and water on the Earth's only satellite, will be launched using Geo Stationary Launch Vehicle (GSLV) Mark III at exactly 2.51 AM on the launch date.
In its 15 minute mission GSLV Mk III will hurl Chandrayaan 2 satellite into the deep space and later the spacecraft would be manoured in a eleptical orbit around the Earth and later taken to moon orbit before lander d...
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