India now ready to smile on the moon, will roll over the surface of moon
After the successful launch of Chandrayaan I, ISRO is preparing to send Chandrayaan II.
In this expedition, the country will roam the surface of the moon and roam the terrestrial space in space science.
Chandrayaan-2 was to be launched in October this year, but for some reason it has been postponed till December 2018.
Now this launch will be possible only in 2019. For this reason Israel can get the chance to reach the moon before India.
In fact, at the end of this year a company of Israel is preparing to send its mission to the moon.
What is the campaign ?
Under the unmanned mission, establish a satellite named Chandrayaan II in the orbit of the moon and rolling over the surface of the moon.
This space will be sent from GSLV Mk-3.
That is why..
Lander and moving rover are planned to land near the Moon’s Igninus Sea and Simpelius Ann Craters.
If everything is done according to plan, then India will be the first country to rover at the Moon’s South Pole.
The rover will take samples of different places from the surface. The figures of these samples will be sent to the control room on
Earth by Chandrayaan II satellite installed in the classroom. This assessment will help in the forthcoming human moon expeditions
Such a preparation..
On November 12, 2007, the Russian Space Agency and ISRO agreed to work on Chandrayaan II.
On the ISRO, the satellite and rover orbiting the orbit was the responsibility of providing landers on the Rossoscos (Russian Space Agency).
Although the failure of the Russian Mars Mission Phobos-Grant, Russia took the project away from it. So the date of launch was over
. Now India is going to complete its entire campaign.
Let me tell you that after Chandrayaan-1 and Mangalyaan Mission Chandrayaan-2 is a huge mission for ISRO.
“We do not want to take any risk,” the officer associated with ISRO said on condition of anonymity.
“Now the Chandrayaan-II mission can now be sent in January.
In this regard, the President of ISRO Sivan has not been able to contact.
In April, he informed the government about the launch of the launch in October-November.
A national level committee reviewing Chandrayaan-2 had recommended some additional tests before this mission.
Chandrayaan-2 was to be first to be released from Earth in April.
Chandrayaan-2 is the first attempt of ISRO to launch the rover on the moon. It has cost about 800 crores and it will land on the southern Dhruv of the moon. There has not been much investigation of this part of the moon yet. Earlier, ISRO had faced two major failures within a year.
ISRO has launched military satellite in the beginning of this year.
GSAT-6A was launched, but ISRO’s contact with this satellite was broken. After this, ISRO had touted the launch of GSAT-11,
which was launched from French Guyana, saying it would have some additional technical scrutiny.
The PSLV-C-39 missions mission, which was carrying an IRNSS-1V navigational satellite in September last year, was also unsuccessful.