Delhi: Chandrayaan-3 leaves for lunar journey, ISRO’s LVM3 successfully installed it

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New Delhi: Celebration at ISRO office on the successful launch of Chandrayaan-3 on Friday afternoon. LVM3 rocket has successfully delivered Chandrayaan-3 to its orbit. It has started orbiting the earth. Celebrations at the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota on the successful launch of Chandrayaan-3.

The third phase of LVM3 is complete. With this, Chandrayaan 3 has been separated from the LVM3 rocket. Chandrayaan-3 has been successfully delivered into space. Now Chandrayaan 3 will complete the journey till the moon on the basis of its engine. Chandrayaan will enter the Moon’s orbit on 5 August 2023. The process of landing on the lunar surface will be initiated on 23 October 2023. The third stage of the rocket LVM3 is operational. Chandrayaan 3 has reached an altitude of 185 km. ISRO has launched its Chandrayaan-3. Stage two of the LVM3 rocket was successfully completed. The cryogenic engine in the third stage has been started successfully. Liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen are used in the cryogenic engine. The rocket carrying Chandrayaan 3 into space is in LVM3 automatic launch sequence. The onboard computer has taken command. ISRO is getting best wishes for Mission Moon from all over the world. Film star Ajay Devgan said, “Today, all eyes will be on the TV and the sky. Our country stands on the verge of another historic achievement.

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Thousands of people have gathered near the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota to watch the launch of Chandrayaan 3. People are holding the tricolor flag in their hands. People have brought umbrellas with them to avoid the hot sun. ISRO’s Moon mission has three phases. The first is the Earth-centering stage, the second is the lunar transfer stage, and the third is the Moon-centering stage. The rover accompanying Chandrayaan will probe the surface properties near the polar regions of the Moon. It will detect the seismic activity of the moon and get information about the composition of the lunar crust and mantle. Chandrayaan cannot reach the moon by flying from the earth like an aircraft. The force of gravity will not allow this. Chandrayaan will be first released into Earth’s orbit. First it will go round the earth. During this, he will gradually reach away from the Earth and closer to the Moon. After this, Chandrayaan will reach the moon’s orbit by taking a big jump. After this, while orbiting the moon, it will reach close to it and finally land on the lunar surface.

The rocket LVM 3 carrying Chandrayaan-3 into space weighs 642 tonnes. It is a three stage rocket. In the last stage, Chandrayaan 3 will separate from LVM 3. It will take 16 minutes for the launch of LVM 3 and the separation of Chandrayaan 3. Rs 615 crore has been spent on the mission Chandrayaan 3 mission. Chandrayaan 3 will land near the South Pole of the Moon. Its rover will search the lunar surface for 14 days. The rover will carry several state-of-the-art scientific instruments with it.

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Chandrayaan-3 to land on Moon’s surface on August 23-24
ISRO’s new rocket LVM3-M4 will take Chandrayaan-3 into space. To reach the Moon, Chandrayaan-3 will have to cover a distance of about 3.84 lakh kilometers. It will land on the lunar surface on August 23-24. Chandrayaan 3 weighs 2,148 kg. Its lander weighs 1,723.89 kg. Chandrayaan 3 is carrying a 26 kg rover. The objective of Chandrayaan 3 is to demonstrate India’s soft landing capability on the lunar surface. The rover being sent along with Chandrayaan-3 will roam and explore the lunar surface. With the success of this mission, India will become the fourth country to have set foot on the Moon. Earlier America, Russia and China have done this. This is India’s second attempt to step on the moon. Earlier, ISRO had sent Chandrayaan-2 in 2019. The lander and rover of Chandrayaan-2 crashed on the lunar surface. After this the mission Chandrayaan-3 started. A lot has been changed in Chandrayaan-3 as compared to Chandrayaan-2.


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