Isro had to abort Chandrayaan-2 due to drop in pressure in one of the tanks of the upper stage of the rocket.
Scientists also expressed the hope that any technical problem will be sorted out by ISRO, and the mission will be launched successfully.
ISRO works with more than 400 companies in the country, with businesses ranging from under Rs 1 crore to Rs 200 crore a year.About 80% of the launch vehicle and 60% of the spacecraft are made privately by the 400-odd companies that work with ISRO.
The research, published in The Plant Cell journal, explores the genetic architecture of the little understood process of senescence in maize and other cereal crops.
ISRO works with more than 400 companies in the country, with businesses ranging from under Rs 1 crore to Rs 200 crore a year.
The Indian Space Research Organisation has put off the launch of its second moon mission, Chandrayaan II, after it detected technical snags just an hour ahead of the launch in the early hours of Monday. Around 2 am, an official from ISRO said the space agency would not be able to proceed with the launch within the slated window. The countdown was frozen at 56:24.
A source in ISRO said technical snags were noticed while fuelling the rocket with cryogenic fuel.
Chandrayaan 2 is an Indian lunar mission that will boldly go to the Moon's south polar region.
Seven specific assemblies for navigation and inertial momentum of the orbiter and the limbs of the moon rover 'Pragyan' have also been manufactured by the centre.
Iconic images like Earthrise and Blue Marble helped us understand our place in the universe.
The Rs 978-crore mission involves an orbiter around the Moon, a lander (Vikram) and a rover (Pragyan).
Chandrayaan-2, ISRO's biggest mission so far, will aim to explore parts of the Moon no country has been to before. With the mission being in the works for about ten years now, the probe will launch Monday morning. Here are the top ten facts you should know about Chandrayaan-2.
Chandrayaan 2 is set to be launched on July 15. It will be the first space mission to conduct a soft landing on the Moon's south polar region. With this, India will become the fourth country ever to soft land on the lunar surface.
According to ISRO chairman K Sivan, the country has developed the capability to build its own rockets and satellites.
Nicknamed 'Bahubali', the GSLV Mk-III will lift off with 3.8 tonne Chandrayaan-2 from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota at 2.51 a.m. on July 15.
Chandrayaan-2 is the first space mission to conduct a soft landing on the Moon's South Polar region.
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