Pic Credit: Mathrubhumi English

NEW DELHI: It’s a proud moment for India in Space Mission. ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) will launch Chandrayaan-2 on 15th July at early hours 02:51 AM. The spacecraft measures about 3.8 tonne. Chandrayaan 2 along with foreign service for navigation cost about Rs 603 Crores with 500 Universities and 120 industries involved in technology partaking.

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