Chandrayaan-2 all set for 3.84 lakh km voyage

The Hindu | Jul 13, 2019 at 5:26 PM
  • Chandrayaan-2, the first Indian moon landing mission, is all set to head on its 3.84 lakh km voyage to the moon in the wee hours of Monday, July 15.
  • The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has scheduled the launch of its lunar probe, by a GSLV MkIII rocket, from the country’s Sriharikota spaceport for 2.51 a.m. And the countdown is set to begin at 6.51 a.m. on Sunday.
  • The 3.84 lakh km journey will take five days.