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Oct 15, 2019
Chandrayaan 2: NASA's LRO performs second flyover to locate Vikram's landing site on the moonThe LRO has on a previous occasion tried to image the landing site of Vikram lander but failed.
Jun 13, 2019
India is planning to set up its own space station, says ISRO chief K SivanThis project will be an extension of the Gaganyaan mission, India's first manned mission to space, which will carry three people
May 10, 2019
ISRO's Chandrayaan-2 mission to carry three more payloads than Chandrayaan-1The mission builds on discoveries made near the south pole, where Chandrayaan-1 found ice-water.
May 01, 2019
ISRO's Chandrayaan-2 mission to take place between 9 July and 16 JulyThe rocket used for the Chandrayaan-2 mission towards the moon will be the GSLV Mk-III rocket.
Sep 17, 2018
Chandrayaan 2 likely to be launched on 3 January 2019 says ISRO chief K SivanThe mission comes over a decade after India went up to the lunar orbit in 2008 with Chandrayaan 1.
Aug 22, 2018
Scientists confirm 'definitive existence' of ice on Moon using Chandrayaan-1 dataBecause of the instruments on board, it is still unclear exactly how much ice exists on the surface.
Aug 21, 2018
Chandrayaan-1 data helps NASA team find evidence of frozen water on the moonThe deposits of ice were discovered in patches at the South and North pole of the moon
Aug 13, 2018
From the new SSLV to Chandrayaan-2, ISRO announces big plans for next 3 yearsFor the first time in history, ISRO said 2 launches will be planned every month from February 2019.
Apr 19, 2018
India's second moon mission 'Chandrayaan-2' to be launch at the end of the year will cost around Rs 800 croreJitendra Singh appreciated the fact that the Chandrayaan-2 mission is not only cost-effective but also "totally indigenous in its expertise, manufacturing and material".
Apr 17, 2018
ISRO has a packed schedule as it plans to launch nine missions including Chandrayaan-2 in the next eight monthsIf this holds true then ISRO would be averaging a mission a month and that in itself would be a remarkable achievement.