'We bounced back with flying colours': ISRO Cheif after Chandrayaan-2 successfully injected into Earth orbit

Megha Jain

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ISRO hard work paid off as satellite has successfully separated from the GSLVMkIII-M1 and Chandrayaan 2 is now in GTO orbit. The spacecraft will spend 23 days in Earth orbit, before the lander and rover will make a landing on 7 Sept. After a successful launch K Sivan, ISRO chairman said after the serious technical snag, we have bounced back with flying colours. ISRO plans to launch multiple missions this year, he added.