As the last countdown for Chandrayaan 2’s arrival on the moon is on, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told he is “extremely
1. excited” to be at the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) headquarters in Bengaluru tonight to watch the extraordinary moment in the history of India’s space programme.
2. PM Modi will testify the mega space achievement live with over 60 high school sophomores from across the nation who received an online space quiz last month.
3.”I am extremely excited to be at the ISRO Centre in Bengaluru to witness the extraordinary moment in the history of India’s space programme. Youngsters from different states will also be present to watch those special moments! There would also be youngsters from Bhutan,” he wrote in a series of tweets.
4. The Prime Minister has requested people to share pictures of the late-night event on social media. He has also made a promise to retweet some of the photos.I request you all to watch the special moments of Chandrayaan – 2 descending on to the Lunar South Pole! Do share your photos on social media. I will re-tweet some of them too,” he tweeted.