India Moon Mission- Chandrayaan 3: After 3 years, 11 months and 23 days of the launch of Chandrayaan-2, the day has come when India is preparing to create a history. The country will launch the Chandrayaan-3 mission from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh today at 2:35 pm. Chandrayaan-3 will be sent into space through LVM3-M4 rocket from Satish Dhawan Space Center.
ISRO’s Chandrayaan-2 mission could not be successful in 2019 due to some technical glitch. But this time India is full of courage, confidence and hope for the success of ISRO Chandrayaan-3. Today, the eyes of countries around the world will be on this space mission of India.
Will land on the moon after 40 days, what will he do?
Under the Chandrayaan-3 mission, after about 40 days i.e. on 23 or 24 August, the lander and rover will land on the Moon’s South Pole. Both of them will do experiments on the moon for about 14 days. Chandrayaan’s propulsion module will study the radiations coming from the Earth by staying in the Moon’s orbit. Through this mission, ISRO will find out how seismic the lunar surface is; Along with this, soil and dust will also be studied.
Rs 615 crore budget
According to a PTI report, the budget of Chandrayaan-3 is around Rs 615 crore. The cost of Chandrayaan-2 sent about 4 years ago was also Rs 603 crore. Although about 375 crore rupees were spent on its launching.
Where and how will you be able to see the launching?
The space agency had put in place a registration system to watch the live launch from the launch view gallery at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre, which has now been closed. Those who have registered, they will be able to take advantage of this facility. For those who have not got it done, there is nothing to worry about. There are many more options.
Live launching of Chandrayaan-3 will be shown on ISRO’s official website and YouTube channel. At the same time, the launching of Chandrayaan-3 can be seen live on Doordarshan (DD 1). You will be able to see it on media channels and many YouTube channels.