India is going to write a new history in the field of science and space


India is going to write a new history in the field of science and space

Hello friends, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is going to write a new history which is a matter of pride for India, so read it fully, it is going to be very useful for you.

ISRO Chairman Dr K Sivan said that Chandrayaan-2 will take off around 2:51 am on July 15 and it is expected that it will land on the moon on 6 or 7 September.

The entire world is eyeing this space mission of India. There are three modules of this expedition - Chandrayaan orbiter Chandrayaan, Chandravahana, Chandra Varana, named after it - is ton and it costs about 603 crores.

According to ISRO, Chandravahan's door will open for Chandravahana after the landing and this will be the important moment. After landing, it will take four hours for Chandravahana to leave. Within 15 minutes of this, ISRO can get pictures of the landing.

"We will try to find minerals like magnesium, calcium and iron by looking at the rocks there." Along with this, we will look for signs of water there and will also examine the outer layer of the moon. ”

Parts of Chandrayaan-2 will directly contact Chandrayaan and Earth. The expedition is planned to be sent by geostationary satellite launch vehicle from Satish Dhawan Space Center of Sriharikota Island; It will weigh approximately 3,250 kg at the time of flight.

The lunar landing craft is named Vikram in honor of Vikram Sarabhai, the grand father of the Indian space expedition. The research team identified the landing method for landing on the lunar surface. Studied the technologies associated with it.

 These technologies include high resolution cameras, navigation cameras, hazard avoidance cameras, a main fluid engine and an altimeter, velocity meter, accelerometer and software to run these components, etc.

The initial plan was to have Chandravahana designed in Russia and manufactured in India. Subsequently, ISRO decided to design and manufacture the Chandravahana itself.

Seismometer - Thermal probe for earthquake study near the landing site - to assess the thermal properties of the lunar surface

ISRO plans to launch Chandrayaan-2 at 2: 51 am in the early hours of 15 July 2019 in Indian time. It will be launched from Sriharikota on 15 July. This time Chandrayaan will be accompanied by an orbiter, a lander and a rover.

 Other things will be explored along with the study of the outer surface of the Moon. On September 6, Vikram will be landing on the South Pole of the Moon. Chandrayaan will reach the Moon's orbit after traveling 3,84,000 km in 20 to 21 days.
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