Chandrayaan-2 The Second Moon Research Mission Of India

Today we have to talk about Chandrayaan-2. This is the second moon research mission of India after Chandrayaan-1. The Chandrayaan-2 mission, developed by the Indian Space Research Organization, plans to launch the Moon in Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark III. It includes moon orbiter, lander and rover, all of which are indigenously developed. So let's talk about Chandrayaan-2. Get information.

Chandrayaan-2 will attempt a soft landing of lander and rover on the high ground between two craters, Manzinus C and Simpelius N., on the latitude of about 70 degrees south. This cylindrical rover will go to the surface of the moon and will perform a chemical analysis on the site. This signal can relay the data on Earth by the orbiter and the lander, which flies on the same launch. Chandrayaan-2 was launched on 22 July 2019 at 2:43 pm. If this mission is successful, the moon will be the first target of a soft land near the South Pole.

On November 12, 2007, representatives of the Russian Federal Space Agency and ISRO signed a contract for both agencies to work together on the Chandrayaan-2 mission project. The Indian government approved the Chandrayaan-2 mission at the Central Cabinet meeting held on September 18, 2008. In August 2009, the United Nations scientists conducted a joint review by completing the construction of the Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft. When Russia started the lander by 2015 when displaying an inability to be, India's Chandrayaan-2 mission is expected decided to develop independently. The mission's landing is expected on September 6, 2019.

The primary purpose of this mission is to demonstrate the ability of the soft land on the surface of the Moon and the ability to run the robotic rover on the surface. Scientific goals include the transfer of the moon, the mineralogy, the richness of the element, the tropical and hydroxyl of the moon, and the sign of the water ice. Chandrayaan-2's orbiter maps the surface of the Moon and will help to prepare its 3D maps. This craft onboard radar maps the surfaces of the Moon's surface thickness on the surface and the surface while studying the water ice in the South Polar Region.

For this mission, by June 2019, ₹ 978 crores has been allocated, which includes 3 603 crores for space segment and launch 375 crores on GSLV Mk III. At the start of the stack at the start of 170 km , Perigee's Earth is in parking lot orbit and 40,400 km by launch vehicle, will be placed in apogee. After that, using its own power, trans-lunar will work to increase orbit by injection. The orbiter moon of this plane is 100 km. Will fly at the height of There are five scientific instruments in its orbiter. This orbiter will observe the high resolution re-solution of the landing site before separating the High Resolution Camera lander from the orbiter. The orbiter's structure was constructed by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited and delivered to the ISRO Satellite Center on June 22, 2015.

Chandrayaan-2's lander's propulsion system has eight 50 N thrusters and attitude control and five 800 N fluid engine derived from ISRO's 440 N liquid motor. During the soft landing of Chandrayaan-2, the additional engine expects the Moon to reduce the dust draft. ISRO has selected eight scientific instruments for Chandrayaan-2's orbiter, four for the lender, and two for the rover. The mission has tried to promote the new era of discovery, to increase the understanding of space.

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