The Chandrayaan-3 mission’s safe and soft landing on the moon’s surface will be demonstrated, along with rover wandering and in-situ scientific experimentation. India will become the fourth nation to land a spacecraft on the moon with Chandrayaan-3, the third lunar exploration mission, showcasing the nation’s prowess for a secure and gentle landing on the lunar surface.
Prior to the mission’s launch from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota on Friday, the countdown will start on Thursday. The mission readiness review has been finished. The launch has received board approval. Tomorrow marks the start of the countdown, the ISRO tweeted. It is scheduled to be launched using a heavy lift launching vehicle called the GSLV Mark 3 (LVM 3).
The ISRO has finished its ‘Launch Rehearsal’, which simulated the complete launch preparation and process. Chandrayaan-3, if everything goes according to plan, will be the first spacecraft to touch down on the Moon’s South Pole, showcasing India’s technical ability and audacious spacefaring objectives.
The Chandrayaan-3 mission’s safe and soft landing on the moon’s surface will be demonstrated, along with rover wandering and in-situ scientific experimentation. The eagerly anticipated Chandrayaan-3 was launched on schedule, and ISRO allowed the public to watch from the Sriharikota viewing gallery.
When the Chandrayaan-2 lander was just a little bit away from the moon’s surface, ISRO lost touch with it. The spacecraft that will soon be launched is predicted to travel to the moon in about a month, and a landing is anticipated on August 23. It will run for one lunar day after landing, which is equivalent to 14 days on Earth. 14 days on earth are equivalent to one day on the moon.
The achievement of operation Chandrayan-3 will bolster the morale of initiatives like Gaganyan, according to K Sivan, a former director of ISRO, who spoke to ANI.