First set of initial data of Chandrayan 2 mission released

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On Thursday, the first set of data from India’s second mission to moon, the Chandrayan-2 was released for the general public by the Indian Space Research Organisation. The Chandrayan-2 was launched on July 22, 2019 from the Satish Dhawan Space Center at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh and the orbiter was released in the orbit of moon on September 2, 2019. ISRO added, ‘All experiments have been performing well and the data received suggests excellent capability to deliver on the pre-launch promises’. The first set of data that is released for the general public, is archived at the Indian Space Science Center in Bylalu, near Bengaluru and follows the global standard format – the Planetary Data System 4 (PDS4).

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