Moon Mission Chandrayaan 2 successfully launched

Sriharikota: The ambitious Moon Mission in the country of Chandrayaan 2 emerged from its launch station in Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh today at 2:43.
The heavy-duty giant rocket carrying the Indian mission Chandrayaan 2 was successfully launched after a 20-hour countdown. The mission was interrupted 56 minutes before departure a week ago.
Scientists at the ISRO control room carefully watched a rocket that accelerated and set off towards the outside atmosphere. According to media reports, this was triggered by a massive push from a powerful 640-tonne rocket “Baahubali”.
ISRO President K Sivan called Chandrayaan 2 the “most complex mission ever undertaken by ISRO”.
ISRO sources say that GSLV Mark 3 is ISRO’s largest and most powerful rocket – 44 meters long, equivalent to the height of a 15-storey building. The 20-hour countdown began on Sunday evening at 6.43.
The success of the Chandrayaan 2 mission will make India the fourth country after the US, Russia, and China to land on the Moon.
According to a senior ISRO official, technical disturbance has been corrected to make Chandrayaan 2 a great success. The official said the problem was serious, but that it was solved the earliest. The scientist could detect the error at the earliest, an official added.
After a soft landing on the Moon, research will be carried out, including the thorough mapping of the Moon resources, looking for the presence of water on the Moon and clicking on high resolution images.

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