The launch of Chandrayaan 2, the most ambitious space mission in India, was canceled this morning by the Indian Space Research Organization or ISRO. The powerful GSLV Mark III rocket was ready to climb from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh at 2:51 am with a vehicle that would land on the Moon in approximately two months. However, after being suspended 56 minutes before takeoff, the launch was scrapped due to a "technical inconvenience," said ISRO. The launch is unlikely even on July 16, when ISRO had a 10-minute takeoff window, the sources said. President Ram Nath Kovind was present at the spaceport for the mission.
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