ONTV, India’s leading transit media advertisement brand, is excited to announce the successful live streaming of the highly anticipated Chandrayaan-3 launch. As the exclusive live-streaming partner for the event, ONTV provided a seamless viewing experience for commuters across Mumbai, Kolkata, and Bangalore, enabling them to witness this historic moment in India’s lunar exploration.
Chandrayaan-3, a follow-on mission to Chandrayaan-2, aimed to demonstrate end-to-end capabilities in safe landing and roving on the lunar surface. The launch took place at 2.35 PM IST on Friday, July 14, from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) SHAR in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh.
ISRO Chairman S Somanath arrived at the mission control to oversee the launch, as the countdown began for India’s second attempt to soft-land on the Moon. If ISRO pulls off this mission successfully, India will join an exclusive list of just three other countries that have managed a soft landing on the Moon—the United States, the erstwhile Soviet Union, and most recently, China. Both the United States and the Soviet Union crashed many spacecraft before they successfully landed on the Moon. China was the only country to succeed in its first attempt with the Chang’e-3 mission in 2013.
ONTV’s extensive network and technological expertise allowed audiences to be part of this momentous occasion. Commuters could conveniently watch the live stream showcasing India’s remarkable achievements in space exploration.
ONTV, India’s only transit media advertisement brand, takes pride in offering unique and engaging content while fostering a sense of national pride among its audience.
“We are delighted to have provided commuters nationwide with the opportunity to witness the Chandrayaan-3 launch through our exclusive live-streaming services,” said Mr. Tarun Pugalia, Founder & Managing Director of ONTV. “Our goal is to connect with the masses and bring significant moments like this directly to their daily lives. By showcasing India’s advancements in space exploration, we aim to inspire and instill a sense of awe and wonder among our viewers.”