The launch of Chandrayaan-2 will now be done between January and March next year. Earlier it was to be launched in October, but due to changes in the design it was postponed. At the same time, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is going to send 22 satellites in space next year. ISRO chief Dr K. Shivan has given this information.
Plan for launch on 3 January
He said, "Our plan is to launch Chndrayaan-2 on January 3. We are preparing this date keeping in mind, but the launch can be done till March. It will depend on the situation. "In relation to avoiding projection in October, Dr. Shivan said that it was easy to get it on the surface of the Moon, for which the design was changed. This has led to a change in the time of launch.
Weighted 600 kg
In relation to the increase of 600 kg of Chandrayaan-II, the ISRO chief said that during many trials, it was seen that the satellite was shaken when the Moon landing came out. Keeping this in mind, its weight has to be increased for its safe landing.