Mission Chandrayaan-2

Chandrayaan 2 is India’s second unmanned mission to the moon. India will attempt to land on the south pole of the moon in the early hours of 7 September.

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Chandrayaan-2 took off on 22 July 2019 aboard the GSLV Mark III rocket and will take 48 days to reach the moon on 7 September

The total cost of the mission to the moon is only Rs 980 crore, which is a fraction of the cost compared to moon missions by other nations.

India will be the first country to explore the south pole of the moon and only the fourth country ever to land on the lunar surface

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