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Chandrayaan 2 likely to launch next week after glitch rectified: ISRO

One hour before the lift-off, officials detected a technical snag and called off the missions. The Indian space agency has however now rectified the fault in its GSLV-Mk-III and are most likely ready to launch the satellite by next week in a statement released. The rocket was supposed to lift off at 2.51 AM on Monday, but the officials said that a technical snag was detected which prompted them to call off the launch.