In what can be termed as a historic leap in the Space Research of India, GSLVMkIII-M1 successfully injected Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft into Earth Orbit. Around 16 minutes after lift off Chandrayaan-2 successfully separated from GSLVMkIII and spacecraft will now explore south pole of Moon.
The launch was initially supposed to happen on July 15th but the attempt was aborted due to a technical glitch. ISRO fixed the technical glitch and rescheduled the Chandrayaan-2 launch for July 22 at 2:43 pm. The Chandrayaan-2 mission is India’s second journey to the Moon and its most ambitious and complex space project yet.
In September this year, Chandrayaan-2 will aim to land a rover named Vikram on the Moon, making India the fourth country in the world to do so. Among the experiments the Chandrayaan-2 will carry out include tests to understand the extent of water distribution under the lunar surface.
Earlier, Chandrayaan-1 found evidence of water on the Moon. The orbiter will continue revolving around the Moon for a year, performing experiments to study the satellite’s outer atmosphere.Don't MissCan Saaho Help Avoid A Major Embarrassment For Indian Cinema?The all-important week for Telugu cinema has arrived. The wait for a couple of years...Don't MissJagan Planning Four Capitals for Andhra Pradesh?Rajya Sabha MP who switched sides from TDP to BJP, TG Venkatesh made a sensational...Don't MissSam to Redeem Father-In-Law NagWhen his career was going strong and Nagarjuna was considered as the senior hero who...Don't MissJanhvi Not Excited To Work With Deverakonda?Taking her word for granted that Janhvi Kapoor has a crush on Vijay Deverakonda after...Don't MissJagan Walking Into Center's Trap?Andhra Pradesh High Court has stalled the Reverse Tendering Process of Polavaram Project. However, the...