Mission Chandrayaan-2 was scheduled to be launched on 15 July 2019 but due to some technical Error on the launcher, it was canceled 56 minutes before launch by Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). The launch is now rescheduled on July 22, 2019, at 14:43 hrs IST from Satish Dhawan Space Center from Sriharikota onboard GSLV MK-III in Andhra Pradesh. It will be injected into an earth parking 170X39120 km orbit.
A series of maneuvers will be carried out to raise its orbit and put Chandrayaan-2 on Lunar Transfer Trajectory. On entering Moon's sphere of influence, on-board thrusturs will slow down the spacecraft for Lunar Capture. The Orbit of Chandrayaan-2 around the Moon will be Circularized to 100X100 km orbit through a series of orbital maneuvers. On the day of landing, the lander will separate from the Orbiter and then perform a series of complex maneuvers comprising of rough braking and fine braking.
The Lander - Vikram will finally land near the South Pole of the Moon. Subsequently, Rover will roll out and carry out experiments on the lunar surface for a period of 1 Lunar day is equal to 14 Earth days. The orbiter will continue its mission for a duration of one year