The Indian Space Research Organisation has put off the launch of its second moon mission, Chandrayaan II, after it detected technical snags just an hour ahead of the launch in the early hours of Monday. Around 2 am, an official from ISRO said the space agency would not be able to proceed with the launch within the slated window. The countdown was frozen at 56:24.
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