Exploring the Moon: Chandrayaan 3
India’s space agency, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), is gearing up for its third lunar mission, Chandrayaan 3. After the success of Chandrayaan 2, which achieved a historic soft landing near the South Pole of the Moon, the excitement surrounding the next mission is palpable.
Chandrayaan 3 aims to build upon the achievements of its predecessor and further explore the uncharted territory of our celestial neighbor. The mission will focus on conducting extensive scientific experiments and gathering crucial data about the Moon’s surface and geological formations.
Latest Updates on Chandrayaan 3
ISRO has been working diligently on Chandrayaan 3, and several exciting updates have been revealed. One of the major updates is that the mission will consist of a lander, rover, and orbiter, similar to Chandrayaan 2. The lander and rover will work in tandem to explore the lunar surface, while the orbiter will provide communication support.
Another significant update is that Chandrayaan 3 is expected to be a more robust mission with improved instruments and technology. ISRO is incorporating lessons learned from the previous mission to ensure better reliability and success. The new mission will also have a stronger rover, capable of withstanding the challenging lunar environment.
Live Coverage on YouTube
For space enthusiasts and followers of ISRO’s missions, there is great news! ISRO will be providing live coverage of Chandrayaan 3 on their official YouTube channel. This means that you can witness the mission unfold in real-time and stay updated with the latest developments.
Tune in to the live stream on the designated date and immerse yourself in the thrilling journey to the Moon. The live coverage will include expert commentary, visuals from the mission, and insights from the scientists and engineers working on Chandrayaan 3.
LIVE telecast of Soft-landing begins at 17:20 Hrs. IST on August 23, 2023
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