The 640-tonne GSLV-MK III Rocket, nicknamed Bahubali, carried the 3.8-tonne Chandrayaan-2 Spacecraft to the earth orbit on Monday. Chandrayaan-2 will take almost one-and-a-half month to travel 384,400 km for the fafe landing of the Vikram lander on the South Pole of the Moon.
Prabhas claimed to be proud of ISRO's Chandrayaan-2 took flight Today. He added, 'Its an honor for the entire Baahubali Team with the rocket being regarded as #Baahubali for its magnum opus scale, years of handwork in the making & first of its kind capacity to carry 300 tonnes. More power to India'.
SS Rajamouli congratulated ISRO for creating history with the successful launch of Chandrayaan 2.
What an unexpected gift this has been for Team Baahubali! The rocket which carried Chandrayaan-2 was named after their film. You can't plan wonders, they just happen if you do your job sincerely!