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In a major success for the Indian Space Research Organization, the lander Vikram successfully detached itself the orbital module of the Chandrayaan -2 spacecraft. The lander will now make a four day journey to moon’s surface. About Vikram The lander component of the Chandrayaan-2 is known as Vikram. Named in honor of Dr. Vikram Sarabhai, ..
Topics: Chandrayaan programme • Chandrayaan-2 • Indian Space Research Organisation • Lander • Lunar rovers • Outer space • Pragyan • Rover • Sarabhai • Science and technology in India • Spaceflight • Vikram Sarabhai
India has successfully launched its lunar mission Chandrayaan-2 and the mission is expected to make soft-landing on the lunar surface with Vikram and its rover Pragyan on a site between two large craters in the South Polar Region. Why the South Pole has become the area of Focus? The South Pole has become an area ..
India has successfully launched its 2nd lunar mission Chandrayaan-2 onboard its powerful rocket GSLV-MkIII-M1 from Sriharikota to explore the uncharted south pole of the Moon by landing a rover. The Rs 978 crore mission will mark a giant leap in India’s space research and make it only the 4th country to have landed a rover ..
Topics: Chandrayaan programme • Chandrayaan-2 • Exploration of the Moon • In India • Indian Space Research Organisation • Lander • Lunar rovers • Lunar South Pole • Pragyan • Rover • Spacecraft • Spaceflight
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has called off the Chandrayaan-2 at the last movement since technical snags were noticed while fuelling the rocket with cryogenic fuel. About the Mission Chandrayaan-2 Mission is India’s first moon lander and rover mission. ISRO will be soft-landing the lander at the lunar craft in the south pole – a ..