ISRO’s Chandrayaan 2 is mostly expected to launch in January after experts suggested changes to avert failure says its Chief K Sivan. In a press conference, he said that “It is the most complex mission ISRO has ever taken. To ensure that it becomes a success in the first attempt they (experts) have suggested some changes.”
Also, some changes are suggested which led to increasing in the weight of the mission and it would be launched with the help of GLSV Mark III launcher. The mission is more likely to start on January 3, 2019, and will end on February 16, 2019.