Chandrayaan-3’s Lunar Landing Watch Top 5 must-watch shows before on Discovery Channels
As the world looks on in awe, India’s enduring commitment to space exploration stands as a testament to its pursuit of excellence. Anticipation builds as India approaches another remarkable milestone: the imminent lunar landing of Chandrayaan-3. Recent successes, including the Vikram lander module’s successful separation, highlight India’s impressive advancements.
Upon success, India will join the ranks of USA, China, and Russia in achieving this feat. Set for August 23rd at 6:04 pm, the long-awaited Chandrayaan-3 lunar landing draws near. To commemorate this event, Warner Bros. Discovery has curated captivating special programming. This unique lineup not only honors India’s past space triumphs but also explores the universe’s mysteries.
Tune in to Discovery Channel and Discovery Science for an unforgettable journey. Shows such as India’s Space Odyssey, Gaganyaan, Moonbound, How The Universe Works and Through The Wormhole with Morgan Freeman are all set to air this week on Discovery Channel and Discovery Science.
Highlights on Discovery Channel and Discovery Science
- 1. India’s Space Odyssey
India has achieved successful space missions to the Moon and Mars. This is a showcase of India’s space programme built painstakingly over six decades, now poised to become one of the leaders in the quest to explore space. India’s Space Odyssey will air on 23rd August 2023 at 1:00 PM on Discovery Channel and 9:00 PM on Discovery Science.
Watch here – https://www.discoveryplus.in/show/indias-space-odyssey-in
- 2. Gaganyaan – Bharat Ki Antariksh Udaan
Produced by Miditech Studios, ‘Gaganyaan – Bharat ki Antariksh Udaan’ charts the audacious and challenging journey of India’s human space flight programme, from developing the country’s own state of the art cryogenic engine, testing of flights, rigorous astronaut trainings to the final preparations and anticipation before its launch in 2023. The special is supported with archival footage, modern graphical representations of the complex processes and tremendous dangers of human space flight. This special will air on 24th August 2023 at 1:00 PM on Discovery Channel and 26th August 2023 at 9:00 PM on Discovery Science.
Watch here – https://www.discoveryplus.in/videos/mission-gaganyaan-in/bharat-ki-antariksh-udaan?type=EPISODE
- 3. Moonbound
Moonbound is a documentary that looks at start-up Team Indus’s attempt to land a rover onto the moon back in 2010. Directed by Sujata Kulshreshtha and Abhimanyu Tewari, Moonbound takes viewers to New Delhi in 2010. This is the year when software engineer Rahul Narayan stumbled upon the Google Lunar XPrize competition or, as Chakraborty puts it, “a post daring ordinary people to race to the moon”. Moonbound will air on 25th August 2023 at 1:00 PM on Discovery Channel and 27th August 2023 at 9:00 PM on Discovery Science.
Watch here: https://www.discoveryplus.in/show/moonbound
- 4. How The Universe Works
From the beginning of time, Stars, Galaxies, Planets, Solar Systems, and more have been working individually and together to produce all that is and all that we see. How The Universe Works showcases the inner workings of our world, and explores black holes, supernovae, neutron stars, dark energy, and all the titanic forces that make us who we are. How The Universe Works will air on 24th August 2023 at 9:00PM on Discovery Science.
Watch here: https://discoveryplus.in/show/how-the-universe-works
- 5. Through The Wormhole With Morgan Freeman
Together with some of the brightest minds from different scientific fields, the host explores the mysteries of human existence that have puzzled mankind since the beginning of time. Through The Wormhole With Morgan Freeman will air on 23rd August 2023 at 9:00 PM on Discovery Science.
Watch here: https://discoveryplus.in/show/morgan-freemans-through-the-wormhole Embark on a cosmic odyssey by tuning in to these captivating shows and more on Discovery Channel and Discovery Science and celebrate the incredible achievements and enduring spirit of India’s space exploration endeavours.Submit Your Review