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For the second time in 10 years, the first photos of the mission to the moon were revealed.

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The enthusiasm of the country is increasing as the date of launch of India’s ambitious and much-awaited space mission Chandrayaan-2 is coming closer, as it is coming closer to the moon. ISRO (Indin Space Research Organization) has been shown on Wednesday by the next month’s mission modules launched between July 9-16. For the second time in 10 years, the first pictures related to the mission to the moon have increased its advent.

Launch Vehicle Made In India
One of the three modules of the Chandrayaan-2 mission is an orbiter, lander and a rover, which will be launched in the launch vehicle GSLV Mk lll space. The special thing is that this launch bike has been made in India only. Vikram and Rover to Chandrayaan-2 lander have been named Pragyan. Rover Pragyan will be placed as a vendor of Lander Vikram and on the surface of the moon it will be deployed on Vikram’s land.

Experiment on the moon, NASA’s help too
According to ISRO, the orbiter will walk around the moon during the mission and then there will be a land near the moon’s South Pole. Upon reaching the surface of the moon, the 6-wheeled pragyan surface will be left where this experiment will be left. All of this will be the Scientist control of ISRO sitting on earth. Apart from taking forward the Lunar mission of India, Chandrayaan will also assist two international agencies. This American Space Agency will also take an Nasa Experiment.

Second mission in 10 years
Chandrayaan-2 will be launched from Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh. It is a matter of pride for India that for the second time in 10 years we are sending mission to the moon. Chandrayaan-1 was sent in 2009. However, the rover was not included in it. There was only one orbiter and importer in Chandrayaan-1 that reached the moon’s South Pole.