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ISRO Launch Live: Where to Watch Chandrayaan 2 Live Streaming

Viewers who couldn’t get registrations to the launch view gallery can always watch the ISRO launch live from the comfort of their home

With just a few hours left to go for the highly awaited Chandrayaan 2 mission to take off, millions of viewers across the country are waiting to witness the ISRO launch live. As always, the Indian Space Research Organisation has made provisions for viewers to watch the Chandrayaan 2 live streaming on their mobiles, laptops as we as television sets.

The ISRO Chandrayaan 2 mission, which was called off last week due to a technical snag, is set to take place on Monday 22 July 2019 at 2:43 pm IST. Although the launch was called off, and some viewers were even present at the launch view gallery in Sriharikota, messages of encouragement continued to pour in for ISRO. “Reaching greater heights is part physics and part faith. Thank you for giving us more than enough of the latter!” ISRO had tweeted in gratitude to viewers.

As of now, the latest update from ISRO states that filling of N204 for the liquid core stage (L110) of GSLVMkIII-M1 has been completed today (22 July 2019) at 2:40 am IST. ISRO has earlier shared an update that the launch rehearsal of GSLVMkIII-M1 and Chandrayaan2 mission has been completed, and the performance was normal. The countdown for the mission started yesterday i.e. 21 July 2019 at 6:43 pm IST.

Where to Watch the ISRO Launch Live Online?

Viewers can watch the ISRO Chandrayaan 2 launch live online on the official ISRO website, the Twitter handle of ISRO, ISRO’s YouTube page, and also on ISRO’s Facebook page. Viewers can also watch the live telecast on Doordarshan and its YouTube page as well. The Chandrayaan 2 live streaming begins from 2:15 pm IST onwards, and the Chandrayaan 2 launch will take place at 2:43 pm IST.

ISRO Chandrayaan 2 mission has three modules namely the Orbiter, Vikram lander and Pragyan rover that will be housed inside the lander.  ISRO Chandrayaan 2 is carrying onboard a total of 14 payloads, of which 8 are on the orbiter, 3 on the lander, and 2 on the rover; 13 payloads are Indian, while one is a passive experiment from NASA.

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