The world will watch India’s date with the Moon on Sept. 7 when the Chandrayaan-2 will land on the south pole of Moon.
On that day, if everything goes according to the Indian Space Research Organisation’s (ISRO) plan, India will enter an exclusive club of nations that have made a soft landing on Earth’s natural satellite Moon.
India’s Chandrayaan-2 will make contact with Moon’s surface between 1:30am and 2:30am (local time) on Sept. 7, followed by the Rover roll out between 5:30am and 6:30am, according to the ISRO website.
Here’s how you can watch the landing live:
ISRO will telecast the updates on its website, isro.gov.in from its control room at the Satellite Control Centre (SCC) in Bengaluru. The same will stream on the press information bureau of India’s YouTube channel, too. For minute-by-minute updates, you can track ISRO’s Twitter handle.
Besides, National Geographic yesterday (Sept. 3) announced it will also cover the launch