Chandrayaan-2 will make contact with moon's surface between 1:30 am and 2:30 am on September 7 followed by the Rover roll out between 5:30 am and 6:30 am, according to the ISRO website.

Are you clueless about how to watch the landing? Here is how you can watch the live landing.

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ISRO will telecast updates on its website,, from its control room at the Satellite Control Centre (SCC) in Bengaluru. The same can be seen on press information bureau of India’s YouTube channel too. 

If you are a Twitterati, then you will also get minute-by-minute updates; you can track ISRO’s Twitter handle.

National Geographic is also bringing in NASA astronaut Jerry Linenger, who will share his experiences in space with the audience on an exclusive chat show.

About 10 years after the launch of the India’s first lunar mission, Chandrayaan-1, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) scientists recall the nail-biting experience. 

On September 4, the landing module of Chandrayaan-2 completed its second and final in-orbit adjustment in the lunar orbit.