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BusinessToday.In
September 6, 2019
The Chandrayan-2's Vikram lander will touch down on the Moon's surface on September 7 at 1:55am


BusinessToday.In
September 6, 2019
Of the 38 attempts of 'soft landing' on the lunar surface so far, only 20 have been successful. If things go to plan on Saturday morning, India will become the fourth country after Russia, the US and China to manage this feat.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, August 25, 2019
To become a part of this historic moment, ISRO is giving people one-in-lifetime opportunity to watch Chandrayaan-2 landing on the Moon with Prime Minister Narendra Modi


New Delhi,BusinessToday.In
August 20, 2019
It was a significant milestone for India's Moon Mission as ISRO injected Chandrayaan 2 into the moon's orbit. Following this there will be further four orbit manoeuvres to make the spacecraft enter into its final orbit


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, August 20, 2019
Chandrayaan 2: Following this, Lander Vikram will soft land in the South polar region of the Moon on September 7, 2019


PTI
Bengaluru, August 20, 2019
Following this, a series of orbit maneuvers will be performed on Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft to enable it to enter its final orbit passing over the lunar poles at a distance of about 100 km from the Moons surface


PTI
Bengaluru, August 19, 2019
Chandrayaan 2: Two orbit manoeuvres will be performed on the lander before the initiation of powered descent to make a soft landing on the lunar surface on September 7


PTI
Bengaluru, August 14, 2019
The Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft is expected to reach the moon's orbit on August 20 and land on lunar surface on September 7


PTI
August 14, 2019



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August 13, 2019



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July 29, 2019



K.R. Balasubramanyam & N. Madhavan
October 30, 2008
Even before Chandrayaan's launch, while India and the world were worrying over the global financial meltdown, ISRO subsidiary Antrix had crossed a milestone unnoticed and unheralded. It delivered a communications satellite, the W2M, to the Paris-based Eutelstat, a leading telecom operator. Can India beat its cryogenic blues to get into big launches? K.R. Balasubramanyam and N. Madhavan probe the answer.


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