BENGALURU—India’s national space agency has successfully carried out the second of three planned orbit-raising maneuvers for its second lunar probe, Chandrayaan-2. The maneuver took place July 26 at 01:08 local time, and involved firing the onboard propulsion system for 883 sec. The orbit achieved was 251 x 54,829 km (156 x 34,069 mi.), according to an official at the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). “All spacecraft parameters were normal,” the official ...


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