Chandrayaan-3 Launch: ISRO Extends Invitation To Citizens For A Front-Row Seat

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has asked Indian people to take part in the July 14 launch of Chandrayaan-3, which will be a historic event. Isro has said that people can watch the launch from the SDSC-SHAR Launch View Gallery in Sriharikota. People who are interested can sign up at This will give them access to an exclusive watching experience.

The launch-view deck at Sriharikota is in the shape of a stadium and can hold up to 5,000 people. It gives you a clear view of the two Sriharikota Range launch pads. From this gallery, people can see the launch happen in real time. Large screens are also set up to show how complicated the rocket and satellites are. Also, things that happen before and after the launch are shown on TV and described on these screens.

The major attractions of Space Theme Park include:

Rocket Garden: ISRO will build all of its beautiful launch vehicles, like the Sounding Rocket, SLV, ASLV, PSLV, GSLV, and Mk-III types. Along with the picture spots, lawns will be made. In the middle of the rocket park, a fountain will be built.

Launch View Gallery: People naturally come to the Space Port of India to watch the launches and cheer for the pride of our nation. Thousands of people would be able to watch the launch from the launch view area.

Space Museum: Space Museum tells the story of the Indian Space Program from the very beginning. The Indian Space Program’s story is told in six parts: history, education, technology, applications, world, and the future.

How to register for the launch event of Chandrayaan-3

Make sure to bring your Aadhar card, your driver’s license, or any other government-issued ID if you’re going to the Centre. To sign up, you have to give information like the number of visitors, information about them, your cell number, and your email ID.

Where to watch the launch of ISRO’s GSLV-F12??

ISRO: is where you can watch the launch live. Doordarshan is the channel where you can watch the launch event.

The Chandrayaan-3 project is set to take off at 2:35 p.m. on July 14. The lander should soft-land on the Moon’s surface on August 23 or 24.

Chandrayaan-3 is the next project after Chandrayaan-2. It will show how safe it is to land and move around on the moon’s surface from start to finish.

The Chandrayaan-3 spaceship will be sent into space by LVM3 (Launch Vehicle Mark-III), which used to be called GSLV Mk III. It is made up of three parts: a propulsion module, a lander module, and a rover module that fits inside the lander module.

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