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How to live stream Chandrayaan 3 moon soft landing on mobile and television | Technology News

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) just confirmed that its third-moon mission Chandrayaan 3 will land on the moon on August 23, 2023, around 18:04 IST (6:04 PM). The national space agency also confirms that the Chandrayaan 3 moon landing will be live-streamed on the institution’s official website, social media handles, YouTube, and on television.

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Users with smartphones or a computer with an active internet connection can watch the live streaming of the Chandrayaan 3 moon landing from the comforts of their homes. The live streaming will start at around 17:27 IST (5:27 PM) and the landing is scheduled for 6:04 PM.

Similarly, users can also watch the soft landing on DD national channel for free. ISRO is also inviting schools and other educational institutions to organise the live-streaming of Chandrayaan-3 soft-landing at their premises.

Official note from ISRO regarding Chandrayaan-3 soft landing:

“India’s pursuit of space exploration reaches a remarkable milestone with the impending Chandrayaan-3 Mission, poised to achieve a soft landing on the lunar surface. This achievement marks a significant step forward for Indian Science, Engineering, Technology, and Industry, symbolising our nation’s progress in space exploration.”

“The soft landing of Chandrayaan-3 is a monumental moment that not only fuels curiosity but also sparks a passion for exploration within the minds of our youth. It generates a profound sense of pride and unity as we collectively celebrate the prowess of Indian science and technology. It will contribute to fostering an environment of scientific inquiry and innovation.”

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