India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi told his country’s space scientists that they are proud of a program (Indian space mission) that has come close to investigating the moon.

The connection with the Indian space mission, Chandrayan 2, cut off when its Vikram module was just moments away from landing at the moon’s south pole. There is no information about the spacecraft yet, but Prime Minister Modi has said that more opportunities will come.

The president of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) said of the Indian space mission, “The moon was descending according to the Vikram project and everything was normal 2.1 km above the surface of the moon.” But after that his connection was lost. The data will be reviewed. ‘ According to Indian time, the satellite was expected to land at the south pole of the moon between 1:30 pm and 2.30 pm. Chandrayaan entered the orbit of the moon on August 20, a month after it was released into space.

No country has visited this part of the moon before. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached the Indian Space Investigation Agency, ISRO. If India succeeds in this mission, it will become the fourth country to land on the moon after the former Soviet Union, the United States and China.

Remember that Chandrayaine 1 India’s first mission to the moon. With the help of radars, made the first and most detailed search for water at the moon’s surface in 2008.

What is Indian Space Mission for?

India’s first space mission ‘Chandrayan One’ failed to land on the moon in 2008, but with the help of radar, it made the first and most detailed discovery of the presence of water on the moon. ‘Chandrayan Two’ will try to land slowly on the moon’s south pole. Be aware that this part of the moon has not yet been lost. The mission will focus on the surface of the moon. Among other things, search for water and minerals, as well as research on the earthquake on the moon.

India is using its strongest rocket Geo Synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) Mark 3 for this mission. It weighs 640 tonnes (which is one and a half times the size of a jumbo jet 747) and is 44 meters in length, equivalent to a 14-story building. The spacecraft connected to this satellite weighs 379.2kg and has three distinctly different parts, the orbiter on the orbit, the lander on the moon, the landing and the rotator on the surface included.

The life of the rotating part of the orbit is one year. It will take pictures of the moon’s surface, as well as try to smell the atmosphere there.

The surface on the surface of the moon is named after Vikram, the founder of Isro. It weighs in at half and will have a 27kg moon-powered car with equipment installed on it that can test the moon’s surface. It’s life is 14 days and it’s name is ‘Pragyaan’ which means wise. It can cover a distance of half a kilometer from the lander. It will send images and statistics for analysis on the ground.

How Long is the Moon to Earth?

Starting on Monday, the mission is just the beginning of a 384 thousand-kilometer journey to the moon. ISRO expects the lander to land on the moon’s land on September 6 or 7. The space agency has chosen a spiral path to take advantage of Earth’s gravity, which will help direct the satellite to the moon. India does not have a rocket strong enough to send Chandrayan-Too straight to the moon.

Dr. Sean has said. “When the lander is thrown to the south pole of the moon. It will be scary for scientists for 15 minutes.”

Who’s on the Indian Space Mission team?

About 1,000 engineers and scientists have worked for this mission. But for the first time, a woman has been appointed head of the campaign.

Two women are leading the moon journey to India. The program’s director, Matthias Vinita, oversees Chandryan-Too while Ritu Kridhal will lead it.


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