Chandrayaan 2: India’s second moon mission — complete coverage

Updated - December 04, 2021 11:52 pm IST

Published - July 13, 2019 04:46 pm IST

Getting set: Hoisting of the Vikram lander during the Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft integration. ISRO ISRO

Getting set: Hoisting of the Vikram lander during the Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft integration. ISRO ISRO

The dream run of India’s ambitious second lunar mission, Chandrayaan 2 ended in a tragedy early on September 7 as the Indian Space Research Organisation lost contact with the spacecraft’s lander Vikram.

The mission was launched on July 22 by India’s most powerful rocket GSLV MkIII-M1.

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