New Delhi, Jul. 26: Chandrayaan 2 is take off is the spectacular event happened in this week. India’s Moon dream now furthering to the moon. ISRO’s Chandrayaan 2 is special because of the soft-landing on the southern side of the lunar surface.
ISRO and National Geographic teamed up for live show from ISRO on the D-Day.
National Geographic said in its official statement, “the show will be an interesting interplay of live coverage and pre-shot stories narrating the iconic nature of mission and interview of experts from the field to talk about the mission”.
The live show, scheduled in September, will slowly drum up the excitement by giving the viewers deeper insights into the historic moment. The program will originate from the Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO) Command Centre, from where the National Geographic will share live updates as Chandrayaan-2 attempts to soft-land on the surface of the moon.
The towering geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle, in its first operational flight, had lifted-off on July 22 from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota into cloudy skies at 2.43 pm and successfully placed the 3,850-kg Chandrayaan-2 into the earth orbit 16 minutes and 14 seconds later.