SV Krishna Chaitanya ByExpress News ServiceCHENNAI : The Indian Space Research Organisation has rectified the ‘minor’ technical snag in Cryogenic Upper Stage of GSLV-MkIII, which forced authorities to call-off Chandrayaan-2 mission on Monday.
The authorities are now planning to launch the lunar mission on July 22, sources at Sriharikota told Express.
Chandrayaan-2 mission is led by two women scientists Muthayya Vanitha, who is the Project Director and Ritu Karidhal, Mission Director.
ALSO READ: Chandrayaan-2 mission launch postponed due to technical snagAccording to sources, initially officials thought of July 20 launch, but now they have reportedly fixed July 22 for the launch.
This time, it may be a day launch unlike Monday’s ‘unsuccessful’ 2.51 am launch.
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