Chandrayaan 3-Launch Date,Information,Cost,Gaganyaan Project

ISRO Chief K.K. Sivan Said That Chandrayaan-3 Has Got Government Permission. Chandrayaan-3 Will be Exactly Like Chandrayaan-2. But This Time There Will Be Only Lander-Rover and Propulsion Models. The Orbiter Will Not Send in it, Because Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter Will is Helped In This. A Lot of Of Work Has Been Done On The Gaganyaan Project in 2019. The Whole of 2020 Will goes to The Training of Four Astronauts Selected For Gaganyaan. Astronauts Will be Trained in Russia.

Chandrayaan 3-Launch Date,Information,Cost,Gaganyaan Project

ISRO Chief K.K. Sivan Described the Achievements of 2019 And The Target of 2020. He Said That a New Spaceport Will be Built at Thoothukudi in Tamil Nadu. Chandrayaan-2’s Orbiter is Doing Very Well. It will Continue to Work for Seven Years. The 3-GPPP, An Organization That Recognizes GPS Systems in The World, Has Recognized Our Navigational Positioning System. Therefore, Soon All The Mobiles in The Country Will Have its Own Positioning System.

Read Also: Chandrayaan 2:Vikram Lander was in Touch With ISRO Through This Network 

Chandrayaan-3 Launch Date

ISRO Chief K.K. Sivan said that the lander of Chandrayaan-2 was not able to navigate right (direction and path) due to the high speed and hard landing that occurred. It is being wrongly alleged that the launch of other satellites has been delayed due to the failure of Chandrayaan-2. It’s not like this. Rockets have to be made to launch satellites. As soon as we have a rocket, we launch it. But, by March, we will launch all the satellites that were fixed by the end of 2019.

Mission Goal

The goal of this mission is the south pole of the moon where no Chandrayaan has been before. It is believed that there is water in the form of craters. ISRO had hoped that it would confirm the water there in the form of ice, which is discovered for the first time in its mission in 2008. Only the US, Russia and China have reached the lunar surface so far. Last year, Beijing undertook a mission that failed, while Israel’s spacecraft could not make a successful landing.Chandrayaan 3-Launch Date,Information,Cost,Gaganyaan Project

Chandrayaan-3 Cost

Earlier, Union Minister Jitendra Singh also informed about this. However, he did not give more details about it. He informed that Chandrayaan 3 will be launched at a lower cost than Chandrayaan 2. At the same time, he termed Chandrayaan-2 as ‘disappointing’. According to him, this attempt by India to land on the lunar surface has not failed because a lot has been learned from it. So far no country has achieved the destination in the first attempt. He said that Chandrayaan-2 experiences and existing infrastructure will reduce the cost of Chandrayaan-3. However, he refused to give a definite date for this new mission.

Read Also: Chandrayaan 2 Mission-These Are The Real Heroes of Moon Mission

As part of the initial phase of the Gaganyaan project, the unmanned (unmanned) mission is planned to be done this year. If the work is done then they will complete it, otherwise, they will do it next year. These missions are not so easy to be done suddenly. A lot of preparation has to be done for them. Even a slight omission can do big damage. Therefore, the Gaganyaan project is being worked on cautiously.

The Chandrayaan-2 mission to the lunar surface was India’s first attempt. ISRO planned to land on the south pole of the lunar surface. The Union Minister gave full details of this mission in a written process in the Winter Session of Parliament.


For the Latest Tech News and Reviews, follow News Technical on Twitter, Facebook, and Subscribe to our YouTube channel.

Wish You Happy New Year 2020 My All Dears Friends
Wish You Happy New Year 2020 My All Dears Friends

One thought on “Chandrayaan 3-Launch Date,Information,Cost,Gaganyaan Project

  • January 2, 2020 at 6:54 pm
    Permalink

    Wow good news Thank for prepared once more attempt for landing lunar Surface. Wish you have a good chance.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.