chandrayaan 3 will reach moon on which date

Chandrayaan-3, the third iteration of India's moon mission, will launch on July 14 at 2:35 p.m. atop a Launch Vehicle Mark 3 (LVM3) from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota. The scientific community and Indians around the world are awaiting the accomplishment of India's moon mission with bated breath.

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chandrayaan 3 will reach moon on which date

Thursday marked the start of the historic mission's countdown. ISRO tweeted on Thursday, "The countdown leading up to tomorrow's launch at 14:35:17 Hrs. IST has begun."

All about the Chandrayaan-3 lunar mission:

Chandrayaan-3 is a follow-up mission following the software-related accident landing of Chandrayaan-2 in September 2019. ISRO has incorporated a number of modifications to Chandrayaan-3 in order to ensure its success this time around. It is expected to impact on the Moon on August 23.

Chandrayaan-3 is comprised of an indigenous propulsion module, a lander module, and a rover, and its purpose is to develop and demonstrate new technologies required for interplanetary missions. The propulsion module will transport the lander and rover from injection orbit to lunar orbit at 100 km altitude. It also carries a Spectro-polarimetry of Habitable Planetary Earth (SHAPE) payload to investigate spectral and polarimetric measurements of the Earth from lunar orbit.

If the mission is successful, India will join the United States, China, and the former Soviet Union in an exclusive community of nations that have accomplished this feat.

Ahead of India's ambitious space program Chandrayaan-3, former ISRO scientist Nambi Narayanan stated on Thursday that a successful landing would increase the country's space scientific development potential and make India the fourth nation to accomplish this feat.

5.He told PTI that this will also help India increase its share of the global space market. India's current proportion of the $600 billion industry is a pitiful 2%.

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ISRO Chairman S Somanath stated that instead of a success-based design for Chandrayaan-2, the space agency opted for a failure-based design for Chandrayaan-3, focusing on what can fail and how to safeguard it and guarantee a successful landing.

Chandrayaan-3 will launch with only a lander and rover, whereas Chandrayaan-2 included an orbiter, a lander, and a rover. Chandrayaan-3 will reportedly utilize the Orbiter launched with Chandrayaan-2 and currently orbiting above the Moon for its communications and terrain mapping needs.

8.The Chandrayaan-3 lander mission is equipped with "lander hazard detection and avoidance cameras" for coordination with the orbiter and mission control during the lunar landing process.

The ISRO director revealed that the landing area has been increased from 500m x 500m to 4 km x 2.5 km. "It can land anywhere, so you are not restricted to targeting a specific location. It will only aim at a specific point under standard conditions. Therefore, if the performance is subpar, it could strike anywhere within that region," he explained.

He added that Chandrayaan-3 has more fuel, allowing it to travel farther, manage dispersion, and move to an alternative landing site. According to the head of ISRO, the Vikram spacecraft now has additional solar panels on other surfaces to ensure it generates power regardless of how it lands.

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