Chennai: India has made a jumpy jump on the world of space on July 22, 2019 at 2:43 pm. India launches space shuttle Chandrayaan-2 from GSLV-Mark III launch vehicle from Satish Dhawan Space Center, Sriharikota, India has shown the world its intimacy. This launch is fully successful. 3,84,000 km between the moon and the earth Is the distance. It will take 48 days to complete the distance. On that day he will land on the southern pole of the moon. Chandrayaan-2 will reach into the orbit of the moon and divide into two halves. A part of Chandrayaan-2 will descend in the orbit and the other part on the moon. After reaching the moon, from Vikram Lander to Pragyan Rover, there will be 14 days on the moon.
Addressing the media after successful launch, ISRO chief Dr Sivan said that the launch of Chandrayaan-2 has improved even better than ours. Congratulations to all scientists involved in Chandrayaan-2 team Historical beginning with the moon Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated the country on the successful launch of Chandrayaan-2 He said that this is a completely indigenous mission. This moment will be proud of our glorious history. Every Indian will be proud of their scientists.
ISRO's 'Bahubali rocket' took the space in Chandrayaan-2, why was it known as the name
Cost of 978 crores
From this 20 hours ago, since the countdown of 'Chandrayaan-2' mission began, whole India along with ISRO was desperate to become a witness to this historic moment. According to the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), the countdown began on Sunday evening at 6.43 pm on the launch of Chandrayaan-2 mission. Chandrayaan-2 project is worth 978 crores. During the countdown, rocket and spacecraft mechanism was examined and fuel was filled in it.
Also know the 'Vikram' and 'Pragyan' which went on the moon with Chandrayaan-2
With Chandrayaan-2, GSLV-MK III was to be launched on July 15 at 2.51 in the morning. Although the projection was postponed after a technical fault was detected an hour before the launch. ISRO then removed the defect of 44 meter long and around 640-ton geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle-Mark III (GSLV-MK III). GSLV-Mark III's nickname 'Bahubali' has been named Bahubali in the name of the super hero of this film.
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Like the movie 'Bahubali', the hero raises huge heavy-hearted Shivling, in the same way the rocket will lift the 3.8 tonne Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft and take it to space.
In the 16th minute of the flight, the GSLV-Mark III rocket of Rs 375 crores will be able to throw Rs 603 crores Chandrayaan-2 aircraft in its 170×39, 120 km long orbit. ISRO has sent three GSLV-MK III so far. GSLV-MK III will also be used in 2022 in the Human Space Mission of India.
Chandrayaan-2: The 10 Key Things You Should Know
3.8 tonnes weighing Chandrayaan-2
The total weight of Chandrayaan-2 from India is 3.8 tonnes (3,850 kg). An orbiter, a lander and a rover under Chandrayaan-2 are also going to the moon. Their names are Chandrayaan-2 orbiter, Vikram Lander and Pragyan Rover. Lander Vikram will land on September 7, 2019 on the moon's surface.
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Something like Chandrayaan-2 orbiter
Chandrayaan-2 orbiter weighs 2,379 kilograms. It is 3.2 * 5.8 * 2.1 meters wide Its mission life is 1 year old. This orbiter will play an important role in the entire Chandrayaan-2 mission. Through this, it will be possible to connect between Vikram Lander, who descends on the surface of the Moon and ISRO scientists on earth. It will be present on the orbit of the moon. This will be sent to landowners on earth on the basis of Lander Vikram and Rover Pragyan on the surface of the Moon.
Orbiter will research 8 devices
1. Near Chandrayaan-2 orbiter, there will be 8 devices for research on the moon from the orbit of the moon. Among them Terrain Mapping Camera-2 is to create the digital model of the moon.
2. In order to examine the elements on the surface of the moon, it has Chandrayaan-2 large area soft X-ray spectrometer (class).
3. Solar X-ray monitor to provide solar X-ray spectrum input to the class.
4. It has imaging IR spectrometer in order to detect the presence of water on the moon and to research the minerals present there.
5. Duplicate frequency synthetic aperture radar is for mapping the poles of the Moon and for frozen ice beneath the surface and surface.
6. For research on the upper surface of the moon, it has the moon's astounding composition explorer-2.
7. It will be used to miminate high restopography via orbiter high resolution camera.
8. Dual frequency radio device to check the lower layer of the moon's atmosphere.
Vikram will land between two big pits on the moon
Under the Chandrayaan-2 mission, Lander Vikram and Rover Pragyan will land on the moon's surface. Lander Vikrama's weight is 1,471 kg. It has been named after the father of the Indian Space Program Dr. Vikram Sarabhai. It will gain strength by 650 watt energy. It is 2.54 * 2 * 1.2 meters long. During landing on the moon, it will work for one day of the moon continuously. The moon day is equal to 14 days of earth. It will land between the two large pits of the moon, Maggins C and Simplius N.
4 instruments will remain near Vikrama:
Three important instruments along with Lander Vikram have been sent for research on the moon. A special instrument has been set up to measure and research the seismic activity on the moon. Apart from this, it is also a special tool for fine-tuning temperature changes on the moon. The third tool in this is the Langmoor Probe. It will research the upper layer of the moon's atmosphere and the surface of the moon. Vikram will research his mapping and distance through his fourth equipment laser retroflator.
6-tier pragya rover is also special
Along with Lander Vikram, who will land on Chand under Chandrayaan-2, Pragyan Rover will also land there. Pragyan Rover is a kind of robotic vehicle. Who will walk on the surface of the moon and research there. Its weight is 27 kilograms. It is 0.9 * 0.75 * 0.85 meters long. There are six tires in it, which will be able to do various research while walking on the rough surface of the moon. It can travel up to 500 meters on the surface of the moon by 1 centimeter per second. It will get its energy from the sun. Also, this lander will be in touch with Vikram.
2 special tools are near pragyan
Robotic research vehicle (Rover) will have two special tools near Pragyan. Rover Pragya will research the Alpha Particle X-ray spectrometer to get information on the construction of atmospheric elements on the surface of the moon near the landing site. In addition, through the laser induced breakdown spectroscope, Pragnya will also research the elements on the surface.