- Chandrayaan-2 launched India’s most powerful rocket from GSLV Mk-III
- After 48 days of launch, the vehicle will reach the surface of the moon
Chandrayaan-2 was launched from Satish Dhawan Space Center of Sriharikota (Andhra Pradesh) at 2.43 pm 22 july on Monday afternoon. Yan successfully reached Earth orbit only after 17 minutes of launch. On this occasion, Sivan, Chairman of ISRO said that the speed and condition of the rockets are normal. After successful launch Chandrayaan 2.
Modi spoke – special moment of glorious history
PM Modi on Chandrayaan-2 launch said that it will become the most special moment of the glorious history of the country. Due to the relentless efforts of the launch of scientists and the will of the 130 Indians, It will open a new dimension of science. Every Indian will be feeling proud today.
ISRO chairman said India’s historic journey begins
Sivan said, I am very happy to announce that GSLV-3 has installed Chandrayaan-2 in the classroom 6,000 km away from the earth. This is the beginning of our historic journey. The vehicle will reach the Moon’s South Pole. All technical disturbances were detected and resolved. In the next one and a half days, necessary tests will be done, which will decide that the mission is in the right direction.
One day before the launch rehearsal
Earlier this year, ISRO had completed the launch rehearsal of Chandrayaan-2 on Saturday. ISRO tweeted on Thursday that the launch of Chandrayaan-2 was scheduled to be 2.51 pm on July 15, which was postponed due to technical flaws. ISRO has cured all technical flaws within a week.
About 15 minutes before the start of the mission on July 15, ISRO had announced to launch the launch by tweeting. BR Gurprasad, Associate Director of ISRO, told that there was a failure in launching the vehicle system just before the launch. For this reason, the launch of Chandrayaan-2 has been deferred. Later on Saturday, ISRO tweeted that the launch rehearsal of GSLV Mk3-M1 / Chandrayaan-2 has been completed. Its performance is normal.
Chandrayaan-2 weight 3,877 kg
Chandrayaan-2 was launched from India’s most powerful GSLV Mark-III rocket. This rocket has three modules orbiter, lander (Vikram) and rover (pragyan). Under this mission, plan to land the lander at the southern pole of ISRO moon. This time Chandrayaan-2 weighs 3,877 kg. It is about three times more than the Chandrayaan-1 mission (1380 kg). The speed of the rover inside the lander is 1 cm per second.
Chandrayaan-2 will reduce one round of earth
Despite the launch date of one week forward, the date on Chandrayaan-2 moon will reach 7th September. It is intended to be delivered on time so that landers and rover can work according to schedule schedule. To save time, Chandrayaan will take less than one round of earth. There were 5 rounds before, but now it will rotate 4. Its landing is fixed in such a place where the sunlight is high. The lights will begin to subside after September 21. Lander-Rover has to work for 15 days, so it is necessary to arrive on time. After successful launch Chandrayaan 2.
Chandrayaan-2 launches for the first time in October 2018
ISRO was launching Chandrayaan-2 in October 2018 first. Later, its date was extended to January 3 and again to 31st January. Afterwards it was postponed until July 15 due to other reasons. Due to changes during this time, load of Chandrayaan-2 has also increased in advance. There were some changes in GSLV Mark 3 as well.