All You Need To Know About Chandrayaan-2 Launch Date

ISRO scientists have corrected the problem of helium leakage. There are some tests that will be completed by July 18. If all goes well then Chandrayaan-2 can be launched on July 22 at 2.52 pm. Chandrayaan-2 was to be launched at 2.51 in the morning on July 15, but 56.24 minutes had already stopped it by ISRO scientists.


Launch of Chandrayaan-2, the second moon mission of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), was stopped 56.24 minutes before launch on July 15. Chandrayaan-2 was to be launched at 2.51 pm in the country's most powerful Bahubali rocket GSLV-MK3. But the countdown was stopped 56.24 minutes ago. ISRO spokesman BR Guruprasad said on behalf of ISRO and said that the launch of the GSLV-MK3 launch has been stopped due to the lack of availability in the rocket. The next date of the launch will be announced soon. However, after this, the ISRO scientists searched for it and corrected it.

ISRO's trusted sources have said that the gas bottle for the cryogenic stage was a pressure leak in the cryogenic stage. There was helium in it. It works to keep cryogenic engine-filled liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen cool down. The mission had to be stopped due to the helium leakage. Helium's pressure level was not becoming in the bottle. It dropped from 330 points to 300, then 280 and eventually reached 160. So the launch had to be stopped.

ISRO scientists have done so since July 15

Scientists first used propellant (fuel) from all stages of the Bahubali GSLV-MK3 rockets.
ISRO scientists had planned that the entire GSLV-MK3 would be done separately, but it did not need to be done. Only by removing the portion that has a weakness.
ISRO scientists have changed helium gas bottles. At the same time, the wall has also been fixed, causing pressure to leak.

ISRO scientist will do the next few days from today

Today, after testing all day on July 18, ISRO's Analysis Committee will examine the results of all the tests in the evening. Also, the parts of the GSLV-MK3 rocket will be cleaned, out of which the fuel was removed.
After this, all parts of the rocket will be assembled in the assembling unit and reconstituted again. Then it will be taken to Launchpad 2. After this a few hours before the launch, the fuel will be filled in different parts of the rocket.
There is a possibility that after ISRO scientific launching, reduce the 5 rounds of Chandrayaan-2 to 4 around the Earth. However, fuel will cost a little more. Reduction in the orbit of the Earth will save time for further travel.
If the distance of the moon has become a little higher then it may also happen that even after reaching the moon, scientists can also reduce the rotation around the moon.

Chandrayaan-2 launches may be on July 22nd

Trusted sources of ISRO have said that ISRO scientists have corrected the problem of helium leakage. There are some tests that will be completed by July 18. Chandrayaan-2 can be launched on July 22 at 2.52 pm. In this way, the journey of India's Moon Mission Chandrayaan-2 will go on for 4 days. That is, first Chandrayaan-2 was to reach the moon on 6th September but if 22 will be launched then it will reach the Moon's the South Pole on September 11 or 12. However, there is a complete possibility of launch by the end of July. If this month does not launch, then it can be launched in September.

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