Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) successfully launched its second mission moon ‘Chandrayaan 2’ on Monday at 2:43 pm in the scheduled time. Now 48 days later, ‘Chandrayaan 2’ will land on the moon. India will be the first country to reach the South Pole of the Moon. ISRO’s ‘Mission Moon’ is getting a lot of enthusiasm in Bollywood too. All the film stars are congratulating ISRO scientists.
Many Celebrities including Akshay Kumar, Tapi Pannu, Vivek Oberoi, Raveena Tandon, Madhur Bhandarkar, Karan Johar congratulated scientists on the successful launch of ‘Chandrayaan 2’. Karan Johar has mentioned two important female scientists (Vanitha Muthiah and Ritu Kardhal), who are involved in this mission in their tweets.
See Stars Tweets …
Each one of us is lucky to be alive to witness this historic occasion! #Chandrayaan2 is the first mission by #ISRO which is headed by two women – #MuthyvaVanitha and #RituKaridhal.— Karan Johar (@karanjohar) July 22, 2019
Women are indeed taking over the world… and beyond #GirlPower
Congratulations team @isro!??
Anddddd here we go! Kudos and huge congratulations to @isro for launching #Chandrayaan2 and creating yet another historic milestone! We are all praying for the success of this mission ?— Vivek Anand Oberoi (@vivekoberoi) July 22, 2019
An extremely proud moment for every Indian. Jai Hind ?? #ISROMissions #ISRO #GSLVMkIII pic.twitter.com/RVj7z0du5z
Significantly, with the help of Chandrayaan 2 mission, India can do many searches on the moon. With the help of the lander Vikrama, which will be released on the moon, it can be ascertained whether the earthquake occurs on the moon. How much lunar density and thermal density are. There will be chemical investigations on the moon. Evidence of water being found on the moon has already been received, through this mission it will be discovered that the amount of water in the moon’s surface and subsurface is water.
Let’s say that before this, India’s Lunar mission ‘Chandrayaan 2’ was to be launched on July 15. Due to technological malfunction, it was postponed 56 minutes before launch. After this, ISRO announced a new launch date on July 22 at 2:43 pm. The 3,877 kg ‘Chandrayaan 2’ has been launched from the country’s most powerful rocket GSLV-MK3.