Chandrayaan-2 lander Vikram will land on the south pole of the moon between 1.30 am and 2.30 pm Friday-Saturday. Rover Pragyan from Vikram will come out between 5.30 to 6.30 in the morning. Pragyan will do many experiments on the lunar surface in one lunar day (one day of the moon). One day of the moon is equal to 14 days on Earth. However, the orbiter orbiting the moon will continue to work on the mission for a year. If the lander Vikram lands on such a surface of the Moon where there is a slope of more than 12 degrees, then there will be a danger of its reversal.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself will be present at ISRO headquarters to witness the event of Chandrayaan-2 landing on the lunar surface. ISRO has also invited 70 children and their parents from across the country who won the Space Quiz with Modi. Earlier, the ships of America, China and Russia have landed in the other part of the moon.