Chandrayaan-3 / ISRO's Chandrayaan 3 ready to create history, safe landing with hi-tech sensor

Zoom News : Jun 28, 2023, 11:36 PM
Chandrayaan-3: The Indian Space Research Organization ie ISRO has confirmed the launch of Chandrayaan-3. ISRO chief S Somnath has clarified on Wednesday that preparations for the launch of Chandrayaan-3 have been completed and it will be launched on July 13. ISRO has been engaged in testing its launch for the last several days. ISRO told that its final date was being discussed for a long time, which has now arrived.

ISRO chief has told about this before Chandrayaan 3 that mistakes will not be repeated this time like last time. He had said that there was a disturbance in the landing of Vikram Lander during Chandrayaan 2, due to which contact with Chandrayaan 3 was lost. This time the lander has been updated. He told that its landing technique has been completely changed. According to the information received from ISRO, this time only Lander and Rover are being sent into space.

Will try to contact Chandrayaan 2

Through this, Chandrayaan 2, which is already moving in the orbit of the Moon, will be contacted. Many sensors and automatic programs have been used in this. ISRO has told that only the technology of this lander will make it a safe landing. Because sensors have been used only to protect it from stones and for safe landing. When Chandrayaan will reach near the surface of the three moons, its landing will start from a height of 7 km, after which all the sensors will be activated at a height of 2 km.

Safe landing with sensors

Only through these sensors, it will be ensured that its landing place is completely safe. Its speed limit, direction and landing place will all be automatically decided. Let us tell you that earlier during the Chandrayaan 2 mission, its landing technique had deteriorated at a height from the lunar surface, due to which it fell on the lunar ground.