Chandrayaan-2 landing to be witnessed by two class 8 pupils from Sonipat & Panchkula

India's latest space mission Chandrayaan-2 is all set to land on the moon, and the whole world is curious about watching this great moment through various online sources.

The Indians especially are very much elated and really feel proud for the new mission by ISRO. Two students from India have got the luck and opportunity to watch the moon landing of India's Chandrayaan-2.

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Arnavi Saini, who hails from the Kharkhoda town in Sonipat and Nishtha Sharma who comes from the Panckula district, has got the selection to sit in the control room of ISRO at Bengaluru to watch the landing of Chandrayaan-2 on the moon on the 7th of September 2019.

Both are students of Class VIII and they will be joined by the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at ISRO to witness this great event. This has really been a big dream come true for both of them and they are really excited about the dream day on September 7th.

Ram Singh Saini, Arnav Saini's father currently runs a computer center in Kharkhoda and he said that he got the invitation from ISRO three days back.

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Ram Singh Saini said that his son Arnav will be going to Bangalore along with his maternal uncle and currently Arnav studies in a private school located in Rohtak. Meanwhile, Nishtha Sharma's father Amritpal runs an electronics shop in Panchkula and her mother Preeti is a housewife.

Nishtha Sharma studies in the Amravati Vidyalaya at Pinjore in Panchkula district.

Kulbhushan Goyal, who is one of the members of the managing committee of the school, hailed Nishtha as one of the most meritorious students in the school. Nishtha said that the invitation from ISRO was indeed the first step towards fulfilling the dreams of her becoming an astronaut.

Only two students got the selection form Haryana after clearing the 10 day national level online examination and both will be there among the 60 students from different states who will be attending this great event.

by Ricky Tandon | Tue, Sep 03 - 11:08 AM

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