BENGALURU—India’s second Moon mission, Chandrayaan-2, has successfully entered lunar orbit three weeks after it was launched. The lunar orbit insertion maneuver was completed at 09:02 Indian Standard Time (IST) using the spacecraft’s onboard propulsion system, an Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) scientist says. “The duration of maneuver was 1,738 sec.” the scientist says. The spacecraft’s orbit is 114 km (71 mi.) by 18,072 km. “Right now, ...

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