Scoring a significant milestone for India’s Moon mission. ISRO command fire Chandrayaan2’s liquid motor on Tuesday to embed the spacecraft into a lunar orbit.
“It’s tomorrow morning (tentatively between 8.30 am and 9.30 am). It’s challenging,” Chairman of Indian Space Research Organisation K Sivan stated PTI on Monday on the process to put the spacecraft in an orbit encompassing the Moon.
This mission will assist us to obtain a greater knowledge of the origin and progress of the Moon by administering detailed topographical studies comprehensive mineralogical analyses and host of diverse experiments on the lunar cover,” the space agency stated.