BENGALURU—The launch of India’s second lunar mission, Chandrayaan-2, which had been scheduled for October, has been postponed until next year to allow for more testing. “The next launch window is seen to be in January,” a scientist at the state-run Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) says. ISRO is taking a cautious approach following two launch setbacks in less than a year. In March, ISRO launched the GSAT-6A communication satellite but lost contact with it ...

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