Thursday, 18 July 2019

ISRO : Chandrayaan-2 going to be launch again on July 22 at 2.43 pm

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July 18: The eagerly awaited dispatch of Chandrayaan-2, India's second mission to the Moon, was canceled because of a specialized glitch on July 15, and will be relaunched at 2:43 pm on Monday. 

Declaring new date, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) tweeted: "Chandrayaan-2 dispatch, which was canceled because of a specialized tangle on July 15, 2019, is currently rescheduled at 2:43 pm IST on Monday, July 22, 2019." 

ISRO has effectively amended the issue and is anticipating the dispatch the mission before the finish of July, as indicated by reports.

The commencement to the dispatch of Chandrayaan-2, locally available the GSLV Mk-III rocket, was planned for 2.51 am on July 15. It was, in any case, halted 56 minutes and 24 seconds before lift-off. 

"Dispatch is canceled because of specialized tangle. It is beyond the realm of imagination to expect to make the dispatch inside the (dispatch) window. (Another) dispatch timetable will be reported later," an Isro authority had said. 

The purpose behind the odd planning of 2.51 am and the date (July 15) was to guarantee accuracy passage into the orbit. 

India's space organization had before planned the dispatch in the principal seven day stretch of January yet moved it to July 15. 

Be that as it may, it isn't the first run through, India's first mission to the Moon also had encountered a comparable issue in the blink of an eye before the rocket could take off. 

Indian Space Research Organization researchers found and amended the mistake and the mission took off as arranged, said Nair, the executive of the space office during Chandrayaan-1 dispatch in 2008. 

Chandrayaan-1 made in excess of 3,400 circles around the Moon during its operational existence of 312 days and distinguished water in vapor structure on the lunar surface.