Hyderabad: ISRO is looking at a launch window as early as Sunday afternoon (July 21) or the early hours of Monday (July 22). After calling off the launch of Chandrayaan-2 on Monday due to a technical snag, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is now actively looking at a window as early as July 21 or 22 for another attempt.
The technical teams at ISRO has assured confidence who is working at the Sriharikota launch pad and said on Wednesday that they are “confident of rectifying the snag” in the next 48 hours.
The space agency is keen on the July 21-22 window because these are the earliest dates on which it will get a chance to navigate the lunar craft to the Moon’s orbit. After this, the next possible window will open up only in September.