An unexpected call off in India's much awaited rocket launch!

India's hopeful mission on moon, Chandrayaan 2 has been unexpectedly called off from its launch exactly before 56 minutes and 24 seconds from its time of scheduled launch.

Chandrayaan 2, ISRO's driven mission to the south pole of the moon,  was scheduled to launch from the rocket base in Satish Dhawan space research center in Sriharikota at 2.51 am, early hours of Monday and just before 56 minutes, the mission has been called off from its launch after the scientists have identified technical glitch which couldn't be rectified before the launch time.

By having successful launch, India would have created a history for its first robotic mission which was entirely teamed by women, to the south pole of the moon by having the wholly Indian made orbiter and lander. 

Its not the first instance in India space mission that the launch has been called off, as earlier in 2013, ISRO had called off the launch of its GSLV mission aftermath the leak which was found in its fuel system and later, it had successful launch on January 2014.

India's Chandrayaan 2 mission have become one of the interesting and much awaited launch , as its launch will picture the unseen shadowed south pole of the moon which reported as larger than the north pole, as per the records of ISRO.

The launching event had the presence of Honorable President Shri Ramnath Kovind along with the scientists and dignitaries. The ISRO, in its tweet, have said that the revised date of launch will be announced later by taking the gravitational forces of earth, the moon and other outer space elements into its account.