Witness History: Chandrayaan-3's Lunar Landing Live Stream | Chandrayaan-3's Epic Lunar Arrival: Watch It Live

Chandrayaan-3 is about to achieve something incredible. It's an important mission by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), and it's making many Indians excited. On August 23, 2023, this mission will make history by landing softly on the moon's surface. India's space exploration journey is reaching a big moment. Chandrayaan-3 is getting ready to gently touch down on the moon on August 23. People all over the country will be able to watch this live on different platforms like the ISRO Website, ISRO's YouTube channel, ISRO's Facebook page, DD National TV channel, and even the National Geographic TV channel. You can also see it online on Disney+ Hotstar. Stay updated by checking out Chandrayaan-3 LIVE updates.

The live broadcast of "Chandrayaan - 3 #countdowntohistory" will be on both the National Geographic Channel and Disney+ Hotstar. It will start at 4 PM on August 23, 2023. This show will come before Vikram, the lander, starts its descent around 5:45 PM IST. The show will be hosted by Gaurav Kapoor and will include experts in space. This live show will use modern technology like AR VR graphics. It will share special insights from important people like astronauts Sunita Williams and Rakesh Sharma, and S. Somanath, the head of ISRO. They will talk about why this mission is important for India and what it means for the future of space travel. People like Srijan Pal Singh, CEO and Co-Founder of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Centre; Chris Hadfield, a former commander of the International Space Station; and Ann Druyan, who is part of NASA's Voyager Interstellar Message project, will also be part of the countdown.

ISRO wants schools and colleges all over the country to get involved. They want to promote this event among students and teachers. They also want schools to show the live landing of Chandrayaan-3 to their students. Chandrayaan-3 started its journey a month and six days ago. It was launched on July 14 from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh.

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