Chandrayaan 3 Mission Sleep Mode: Chandrayaan-3 mission has so far received many important information related to the south pole of the moon. Its Pragyan Rover is collecting important data while roaming on the lunar surface. However, now this mission is going to go into sleep mode. Because it is going to be night on the moon.
Preparing to start sleep mode operation
He said that ISRO is preparing to start sleep mode operation for Vikram Lander and Pragyan Rover as soon as the moon night approaches. According to news agency PTI, he said that the temperature is expected to fall below -200 degree Celsius during this period.
The rover covered a distance of 100 meters
ISRO Chief said that the good news is that the rover is at least 100 meters away from the lander and we are going to start the process of deactivating them in the coming day or two, because there is going to be night. . ISRO also shared a photo of the rover on the social media platform X, stating that it has covered a distance of 101.4 meters so far.
The mission was scheduled for one lunar day
ISRO launched the Chandrayaan-3 mission on 14 July. It made a successful soft landing on the south pole of the moon on the evening of 23 August. With this, India became the first country to reach the south pole of the moon. Chandrayaan-3 mission is of 14 days which is equal to one lunar day.
Aditya-L1 mission successfully launched
Meanwhile, ISRO also successfully launched the Aditya-L1 mission on Saturday. Now it is moving towards the Sun on its journey of 125 days. ISRO said that Sun is a giant ball of gas and Aditya-L1 will study its outer environment.