Chandrayaan 3 will be split into two parts today, the Vikram lander will be separated from the propulsion module.

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Chandrayaan 3’s propulsion, lander modules will be separate.

New Delhi: The eyes of the entire country are on Chadariyan 3 as today marks an important milestone in the journey. Starting today, the Vikram lander will separate from the propulsion module and travel alone to the landing. In fact, ISRO scientists will be carrying out a major operation for the Chandrayaan 3 mission today. Lander Vikram will be separated from the propulsion module today. At around 1 pm, the Vikram lander will reach lunar orbit with the help of the propulsion module, after which the Vikram lander will decide on its further journey.

Chandrayaan 3 will land on the moon on August 23.

When the minimum distance from the moon is 30 km, the lander will begin its journey to land on the moon’s surface, which will happen on August 23 at 5.47 pm. However, there are still many challenges in this soft landing process. Chandrayan 3 The lunar spacecraft is more than half complete and will land on the moon on August 23. Let’s take a look at the process from the launch of Chandrayaan 3 to August 23.

Journey to Chandrayaan 3

  • July 14, 2023: Launched Chandrayaan-3 with LVM3 rocket at 2.45 pm. 16 minutes later, the rocket launched Chandrayaan-3 into Earth’s orbit.
  • July 14 to July 31, 2023: Chandrayaan 3 orbits the Earth. With the engines firing, the spacecraft increased its elliptical orbit by a factor of 5.
  • August 1, 2023: Chandrayaan-3 goes into orbit. The spacecraft started moving towards the moon.
  • August 5, 2023: Chandrayaan 3 spacecraft reaches lunar orbit.
  • August 16, 2023: Chandrayaan 3 reaches the Moon’s fifth orbit
  • August 17, 2023: The lander will separate from the propulsion module 100 km above the Moon. The lander will begin deceleration into a 100×30 km orbit.
  • August 23, 2023: The lander will land on the moon at 5:47 p.m. The rover will exit the ramp and conduct experiments on the lunar surface for 14 days.

What is the purpose of Chandrayaan?

Actually, India wants to study the moon through Chandrayaan-3. He will reveal all the secrets related to the moon. Chandrayaan 3 will send images of the Moon’s surface. He will collect all the information related to environment, minerals, soil etc. In 2008, when ISRO successfully launched India’s first lunar mission Chandrayaan-1, it orbited the moon and discovered water molecules on the lunar surface.

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