ISRO’s Chandrayaan 3 Live Updates: The countdown has begun for the launch of Chandrayaan-3, the country’s third lunar mission. Chandrayaan 3 will be launched on Friday (July 14) from the center at Sriharikota. This lunar mission is the follow-up mission of Chandrayaan 2 of the year 2019. In this third lunar mission of India, scientists aim for a ‘soft landing’ of the lander on the lunar surface. belongs to. ‘Chandrayaan-2’ Lander ‘Vikram’ Due to path deviation ‘soft landing’ did not succeed.
ISRO’s ambitious Chandrayaan project will go into space with the LVM3M4 rocket on Friday. This rocket was earlier called GSLVMK3. Space scientists also call it ‘Fat Boy’ because of its ability to carry heavy equipment. At the end of August ‘Chandrayaan-3’ The ‘soft landing’ is planned.
The space agency said that ‘Chandrayaan-3’ Under the programme, ISRO will conduct a ‘soft-landing’ on the lunar surface with the help of its lunar module. And is about to push new boundaries by demonstrating a rover walking on the lunar terrain.
The Chandrayaan-3 mission comprising an indigenous propulsion module, lander module and a rover aims to develop and demonstrate new technologies required for inter-planetary missions. Friday’s mission is the fourth operational flight of LVM3 aimed at ‘Chandrayaan-3’ to be launched into geosynchronous orbit.
Earlier on Tuesday (July 11), a ‘launch drill’ was held at Sriharikota to see the entire launch preparation and process, which lasted for more than 24 hours. The next day, scientists completed a mission readiness review.