On Sunday, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) declared that individuals with a fervor for space exploration worldwide will have the opportunity to witness the eagerly awaited landing of Chandrayaan-3 at 6:04 pm on August 23. The live coverage of this momentous event will be accessible across several platforms. Beginning from 5:27 pm onwards on August 23, viewers can tune in to the official ISRO website, the ISRO YouTube channel, ISRO’s Facebook page, and DD National for the live broadcast. Additionally, the live coverage will also be accessible on India Today and Aaj Tak. For real-time updates, space enthusiasts can also track BusinessToday.In’s live blog.
ISRO has extended an open invitation to schools and other educational institutions to actively engage in the live streaming of the Chandrayaan-3 landing event. These institutions are encouraged to disseminate information about the event among their students and faculty members, facilitating their participation in the live streaming experience. Earlier on the same day, ISRO shared images captured on August 19 from the Moon’s far side by the Lander Hazard Detection and Avoidance Camera (LHDAC) situated within the Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft.