ISRO announces new satellite images of Chandrayaan-2 on the eve of its launch

New Delhi: Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has released new satellite images of Chandrayaan-2 on the eve of its launch on July 15th.
Images of the mission on the Moon were announced a week before the scheduled launch on July 15th.
Satellite will be pulled out of Sriharikota using the Geosynchronous Satellite Starter (GSLV) Mark 3, which is considered the most powerful cancer in India next Monday.
The mission hopes that the country will descend to the surface of the Moon in the first week of September. A six-axle rover of 27 kilograms will explore the South Pole of the Moon. This is a robotic mission and will not carry human beings on the surface of the Moon.
While the first mission was designed to orbit only the Moon and made observations on instruments on board, the Chandrayaan-2 was created to land on the Moon. This development is India, only the fourth country that has dropped the aircraft to the moon.
Chandrayaan-2, a Rs 1,000-crore mission, consists of Orbiter, Lander and Rover, all equipped with scientific instruments for studying the Moon.

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