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Watch: Chandrayaan-2's soft landing on Moon's south pole, explained in ISRO video

DNA Friday, 6 September 2019
If you are not sure how exactly the Chandrayaan-2 makes its descent on the lunar south pole after midnight, watch this video to find out!
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CHANDRAYAAN-2, IS SET TO PERFORM SOFT-LANDING IN THE UNEXPLORED SOUTH POLE REGION OF THE MOON ON SEPTEMBER 7 AT 1.55 AM. THE VIKRAM LANDER HAD SUCCESSFULLY SEPARATED FROM CHANDRAYAAN-2 ORBITER ON MONDAY AFTERNOON AND IT IS CURRENTLY ON ITS WAY TO LAND ON THE MOON.IF SUCCESSFUL THIS LANDING WILL MAKE...

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