India Is Landing On The Moon & Making A Dent In The Universe: This is How You Can Watch This Live!
Chandrayaan 2, the most ambitious space mission of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), is set to make history tomorrow.
Launched on July 22, the second moon mission of India is scheduled to separate from its lander tomorrow on September 7, 2019.
To say that we are excited would be an understatement!
Why does Chandrayaan 2’s moon landing hold so much significance for us Indians? Read all about it and where to watch all the happening live right here!
Chandrayaan 2: India To Attempt Landing At The Lunar South Pole
Chandrayaan 2 was launched on July 22nd and the launch was very successful. After its launch, more good news followed. Within almost a month of the launch, Chandrayaan 2 made us proud when it entered the orbit of the moon on August 20.
The next step is where the lander is to separate from the rover and step on the lunar surface, which will happen (hopefully) in the early hours of September 7.
Why is this so crucial? If successful, India will be the first country in the world to land on the South Pole of the moon ever.
Chandrayaan 2’s lander is named Vikram and as per ISRO, it will separate from the rover, Pragyan at 1.10 am tomorrow.
Here’s Where You Can Watch The Journey Of Chandrayaan 2
This is going to be a great moment for India, and we are sure the nation is going to wait for the latest updates with bated breath.
But why wait for updates when you can watch all the happenings unfold right here?
You can watch the live telecast of the second moon mission of India on Doordarshan, which is scheduled to be broadcasted from 1.10 AM IST.
Also, the live broadcast can be viewed on YouTube.
The Prime Minister of India has also urged the nation to watch the landing in a tweet, “I urge you all to watch the special moments of Chandrayaan – 2 descending on to the Lunar South Pole! Do share your photos on social media. I will re-tweet some of them too.”
Be sure to participate in the event and celebrate with the nation when the Chandrayaan 2 is successful!
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