Chandrayaan-2 mission is set to play out a delicate arriving in the unexplored South Shaft area of the Moon on September 7. The Vikram Lander has effectively isolated from Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter on Monday evening, and it is at present on its approach to arrive on the Moon.
An effective arriving on the Moon will make India the fourth country to perform delicate arriving on the lunar surface and the primary country to contact down the South Shaft locale of the Moon. Up until this point, the US, the former USSR, and China are the main countries who have dealt with the accomplishment . Utilizing the locally available drive framework, the Vikram Lander is moving toward the Moon conveying the Pragyaan Wanderer. It will reach the lunar surface between 1:30 am and 2:30 am on September 7, 2019, which is later at night. The meanderer will take off between 5:30 am and 6:30 am on the early morning of September 7.
The current Orbit of the Vikram Lander is 35km×101km and the orbiter of Chandrayaan-2 is still orbiting at it's prescribed path around the moon. It's orbit is of 96km×125km.
The ISRO will keep us updated about the progress of the mission on September 7 on it's official website isro.gov.in and on their youtube channel as well. The updates will be posted on their official Twitter handle from time to time on 7th September.