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India’s second moon mission Chandrayaan was successfully launched by rocket GSLV MK3 by Indian Space Research Organization on 23 July 2019 from Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh.

chandrayaan-2 entered the moon’s orbit on 20 August.After this, on September 2, Vikram successfully separated from the obrbiter.

The first phase of landing of the lunar Vikram in the lower orbit of the Moon was successfully completed on 3 September and the second phase was successfully completed on 6 September.But at the last moment, ie on 7 September, when the lander was only 2.1 kilometers from the lunar surface, then contact with the lender Vikram was lost.

ISRO had to make a soft landing on the moon’s south pole of the Chandrayaan 2 lendar.

But at the last moment, contact with Vikram led to a hard landing on the lunar surface rather than a soft landing.

vinod inaniyan

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