The Indian Space Research Organisation successfully launched its second lunar mission, Chandrayaan-2, on July 22.

Chandrayaan-2 includes a lunar orbiter, lander, and rover, all made in India. The mission involves making a soft landing on the moon by September 7.

A new video of onboard camera visuals released by ISRO shows the lift-off of the spacecraft. The separation of the strap-on motors of the launch vehicle, the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark III-M1, is also shown in the video.

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