When, where, and how to watch live launch of Chandrayaan-3


New Delhi: The countdown has begun for the launch of the country’s third lunar mission ‘Chandrayaan-3’. Chandrayaan-3 will be launched within just a few hours. If you want to watch the launch of Chandrayaan-3 live, then for this you can watch the launch in real time on ISRO’s official YouTube channel or Doordarshan. With this, if you want to watch the launch live from Satish Dhawan Space Center, then for this you will have to register yourself at ivg.shar.gov.in/.

Will be able to watch live launching from ISRO’s Facebook page
Along with this, you can also watch the live launch of its Chandrayaan 3 mission on ISRO’s YouTube channel. Apart from this, you will also be able to watch live launching on News18 India and Hindi News18.com and read every moment’s updates related to it. From 2:00 PM IST today, the launch can also be viewed from ISRO’s official website: Visit http://isro.gov.in and ISRO’s Facebook page https://facebook.com/ISRO.

This mission was prepared at a cost of Rs 615 crore
This mission, prepared at a cost of 615 crores, will land near the south pole of the Moon after a journey of about 50 days. The launch will take place from Launch Pad-2 of the Satish Dhawan Space Center at Sriharikota. LVM-3 launcher is being used to send it to the moon. Chandrayaan-3 mission is the follow-up mission of Chandrayaan-2 mission sent in the year 2019. In this, the soft landing of the lander and the rover will be seen running on the surface. Let us tell you that landing the lander on the surface of the moon is the most difficult task. In the year 2019, the mission was spoiled due to the hard landing of Vikram Lander of Chandrayaan-2.


Ahead of India’s ambitious space program ‘Chandrayaan-3’, former ISRO scientist Nambi Narayanan said on Thursday that it’s successful ‘soft landing’ would make India the fourth country to achieve this feat and would open up possibilities for the development of space science in the country. Will increase Talking to PTI here, he said that this will also help India increase its share in the global space business. At present, India’s share in the $600 billion space industry is a meager two percent.