‘Chandrayaan-2’ is anticipated to enter the moon’s orbit on August 20 and on September 7 to land on the lunar surface told Indian Space Research Organisation, Chairman Dr K Sivan.
The spacecraft is completely installed to leave the earth’s orbit in next two days, Sivan informed on Monday.
Chandrayaan-2 of 3,850-kg a three-module spacecraft including orbiter, lander and rover, was launched on July 22, might land on the moon on September 7, the ISRO chief stated.
“After launching Chandrayaan-2 on July 22, we did five manoeuvres. The Chandrayaan-2 composite body is now revolving around the earth,” he added.
The following very valuable and crucial movement will occur on Wednesday morning.