India is going to put a big step in Space Industry. ISRO is ready to launch its latest project CHANDRAYAN – 3 from Shriharikota satellite launching base. The countdown for the launching of the Chandrayan – 3 has already started.
On Friday IST 14:35 is the time when India launches its massive project. It is the follow-up of the project Chandrayan – 2. But this time the catch is India is not only planning to get a soft landing in the moon’s surface whereas India is planning to run its Rover on the cold surface of the moon. This will be the time when the breath of Scientists will stop and the heartbeats of the whole country will increase.
According to sources, Indian scientists are working on this project since long back. And now it was decided that this mission is going to land on the north pole of the Moon, This is the region on the moon where no one was able to land or reach till now. After this mission anyone from the globe who wants to know more about the northern pole of the moon than they have to come to ISRO. After this India will be able to mark its unique name on the bench of Space Sciences and Technology.
This time in Chandrayan 3 mission indigenous lander model, propulsion model, and even the indigenous rover was going to be used. India planned to get a soft landing on the surface of the moon after that they are going to establish the rover on the surface of the moon by which they are able to study the moon’s surface closely.
The American Channel CNN also praised this and quoted a statement that this is going to be India’s biggest achievement in the field of Space Sciences. Orbiter is not being sent in Chandrayan-3 this time. In the place of the Indigenous Propulsion Moodle is being sent.
This is going to revolve around our moon’s surface at a distance of 100km. With this attempt, India is going to enter the club of TOP-4 countries that successfully landed on the surface of the moon. Only America, Russia, and China are those countries that successfully landed on the surface of the moon. This mission is praised by the whole international community.
Let me tell you in this mission, India is trusting its most trusted rocket LVM3 for the launching of the satellite. This rocket is able to carry heavy satellites with itself to space. The height of the rocket is 143 feet and weighs approx 642 tonnes. This is supposed to be the 4th successful flight of the LVM3 rocket. Launching of Satellite and getting a safe landing on the moon’s surface is quite a tricky task. Now the whole world is counting on India.