ISRO said, Chandrayaan-3 mission has accomplished two out of three objectives IG News

The Indian Space Research Organization or ISRO has written a post on social media X (formerly Twitter) saying that the Chandrayaan-3 mission has accomplished two of its three objectives. It has made a safe and soft landing on the lunar surface. The purpose of moving the rover on the moon has also been fulfilled. At the same time, scientific experiments are going on under the third objective. ISRO has informed that all its payloads are functioning normally.

ISRO chief S Somnath has said that we are very happy on the success of this mission. Most of the objectives of this scientific mission are going to be fulfilled. All the scientific data is looking great. We will continue to receive data from the Moon over the coming 14 days. We hope that in doing so we will achieve success in science. We are looking forward to the next 13-14 days.

After this statement of the ISRO chief, it is believed that the objectives for which ISRO has sent the Chandrayaan-3 mission to the moon are being fulfilled. It is believed that in the next few days, ISRO will get many important information from the moon, which will make it easier for missions related to the moon in the future, while the information related to space will also be of great use in missions related to other planets and the Sun.

ISRO releases second video of Pragyan rover

On Saturday, ISRO has released the second video of Pragyan Rover moving on the Shiv-Shakti point (the place where the lander landed on the moon) on social media. It is seen that the Pragyan rover is running on the surface of the moon. It is circling around the lander. The rover is circling around the place where the lander landed on the moon. Earlier on August 25, ISRO had released the video of Pragyan Rover exiting Vikram Lander of Chandrayaan-3.

The Pragyan rover will move around half a km around the lander for the next 11 days. It moves at a speed of one cm per second and scans its surroundings using navigation cameras. During this, he will send many important information about the Moon to ISRO. ISRO has so far released 10 photos and 4 videos of Chandrayaan mission on social media.

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India was successful in soft landing on the moon

Under Mission Chandrayaan-3, the lander was successful in soft landing on the Moon on August 23 at 6.4 pm. India is the fourth country in the world to reach the moon. Earlier only America, Russia, and China were able to reach the moon. The success of India’s Chandrayaan-3 mission is also very special because India is the first country in the world to reach the south pole of the moon. The polar regions of the moon are quite different from other regions. There are some places here where even the sunlight never reaches and the temperature drops below -200 degree Celsius at night. Looking at the geography of this area, scientists estimate that water may be present here in the form of ice.

Space Day will now be celebrated on August 23

PM Narendra Modi met the scientists who took Chandrayaan-3 to the moon at ISRO’s command center on Saturday morning. Here he met the scientists and encouraged them a lot and made many announcements. PM Modi said that 23 August will now be celebrated as National Space Day every year. It is believed that by celebrating this day as a day, there will be awareness in the field of space science. Along with this, this day will be remembered as the day the country reached the moon.

The Prime Minister said on Saturday that the place where the lander landed on the moon would be named Shiv-Shakti Point. At the same time, he has said that the place where Chandrayaan-2 left footprints in 2019 will now be known as Tiranga Point.

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ISRO will now send Gaganyaan mission

After the success of Chandrayaan-3, ISRO will now send the Gaganyaan mission to space in the coming days. According to the information received, a spacecraft will be sent into space under this mission in the first or second week of October. ISRO is working on a plan to send a female robot Vyommitra to space if the testing is successful in this regard. Vyommitra will perform human-like activities in space. After this ISRO will send its manned mission. All these activities will be done before sending the manned mission so that there is no problem in bringing the astronauts back to earth and they can be brought back safely.