Chandrayaan-2 Online Registration Webpage for Public Viewing Crashes Soon After Going Live

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Chandrayaan-2 Online Registration Webpage for Public Viewing Crashes Soon After Going Live

Chandrayaan-2 Online Registration Webpage for Public Viewing Crashes Soon After Going Live

While countless individuals in India are anxious to see the dispatch of the Chandrayaan-2 mission that is occurring on July 15, the committed site page that the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) had made explicitly for individuals to enroll for watching the experience live at the setting has smashed. The website page intend to get online enlistments for getting goes to the occasion. And the enrollment procedure was meant to begin from 12am IST on Thursday, July 4. Be that as it may, it appears to have confronted a blackout as the enrollment page was giving “Site Currently Unavailable” blunder.

The ISRO through its official Twitter account recently declared the online enlistment process for seeing the Chandrayaan-2 dispatch. The space organization referenced that the procedure would commence at 12am IST on Thursday, July 4. Be that as it may, it didn’t indicate any connect to the enlistment page.

That being stated, the site page was later observe to be a piece of the Satish Dhawan Space Center (SDSC) SHAR site that wasn’t working for some clients. “[The] site is incidentally inaccessible. If it’s not too much trouble tweet again with new planning and discharge the site. I’m resting now and I would prefer not to miss the display enrollment,” one of the clients who confronted the inconvenience while enlisting on the site tweeted.

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The Satish Dhawan Space Center (SDSC) SHAR site was spot confronting blackout on Thursday

As Digit reports, the website page relating to the online enlistment procedure was intende to get email addresses. From the registrants who were later expect to get an email on their given locations for delivering additional data.

At the season of recording the story, we had the option to check the personal time of the particular website page. We’ve likewise contacted the ISRO to remark on the blackout and will refresh this space when we hear back.

 

 

 

 

 

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