This screen grab made from video footage from ISRO via AFPTV taken on July 14, 2023 shows an Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) rocket carrying the Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft lifting off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, an island off the coast of southern Andhra Pradesh state. India on July 14 launched a rocket seeking to land an unmanned spacecraft on the surface of the Moon, a live feed showed, its second attempt to become only the fourth country to do so.

Aim

The aim of Chandrayaan-3 includes scientific research looking into the lunar environment, including its geology, history, and potential for resource development.

Chandrayaan-3

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Main objective of Chandrayaan-3

From Sriharikota’s Satish Dhawan Space Center, Chandrayaan-3 was sent into orbit by the LVM3 rocket. The lander and rover combination will travel into orbit and be propelled to a 100-kilometer lunar orbit once there. After that, the lander will separate from the propulsion module and make an attempt at a soft landing on the moon’s surface.

As a follow-up to Chandrayaan-2, Handrayaan-3 will make an effort to land a spacecraft on the moon and send out a rover to examine the lunar surface. The moon’s composition and geology will be studied by the rover, which will provide scientists with more information about the moon’s past and present.

S Somanath, the chairman of ISRO, spoke about how the space agency has changed in order to increase the chances that the Chandrayaan-3 mission will succeed in an interview with NDTV.

The primary problem with the most recent

Chandrayaa-2 mission

The primary problem with the most recent Chandrayaa-2 mission was the initiation of off-nominal circumstances in the system. There were no nominal things. Additionally, the craft was unable to manage the abnormal conditions for a safe landing.

Budget of Chandrayaan-3

Chandrayaan-3, India’s third lunar mission, was launched today at 2:35 pm from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh. Compared to its predecessors, Chandrayaan-3 is said to be one of the most cost-effective space missions, with an anticipated budget of Rs 615 crore.

  • Chandrayaan 2 (2019) – 978 crore
  • Chandrayaan 1 (2008) – 386 crore

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