India launched its mission to the Moon

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) announced that. Chandrayaan-3 mission was successfully launched this July 14. Thus, India launched its mission to the Moon. It is the second Indian attempt to land a spacecraft safely there.

The liftoff took place as scheduled at 09.05 UTC. It was made from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC). After 16 minutes of flight, the spacecraft separated from its rocket. Lo in the precise orbit to begin its journey to the Moon, according to the video broadcast.

India launched its mission to the Moon a few days ago.
India launched its mission to the Moon a few days ago.

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If the mission is successful, India will achieve an important milestone. It will become the fourth nation in the world, along with the US, Russia and China, to mark its presence on the Moon. In 2019, India attempted to reach the lunar south pole with the Chandrayaan 2 spacecraft. However, it lost communication before touching down.

Chandrayaan-3 consists of a 1.7-ton indigenous Lander module. It has a 26-kilogram rover. They hope to demonstrate new technologies needed for interplanetary missions, ISRO reports.

Lander payloads include tools to measure thermal conductivity and temperature. Also an instrument to measure seismicity around the landing site. They plan to analyze the elemental composition in the vicinity of the landing site.

Indian rover on the Moon

The lander will have the capability to perform a soft landing at a specific lunar site. It will then deploy the rover which will perform in situ chemical analysis of the lunar surface during the course of its one-day lunar mission.

India launched its mission to the Moon in the hope of becoming part of the select group of countries that took their exploration there. They bring their own approach to the studies they will conduct on the satellite. And they can surely bring a new point of view about the future possibilities of colonizing it.

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