22 july, monday evening ISRO creates history by launching Chandrayaan 2 successfully. The second moon mission Chandrayaan 2 seeking to discover uncharted lunar South Pole by landing a rover took offon board its most powerful from Sriharikota today, a week after the lift-off was aborted due to a technical snag. The mission was launched at 2.44 pm which was rescheduled after the scientists corrected the glitch in the rocket. India moon mission worth of Rs 978 crore was launched from the second launched pad at Satish Dhawan Space Centre, over 100 km from Chennai. Entire nation celebrating this special day with a proud, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi itself was watching the live video of Launched.