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ISRO to kick off Chandrayaan-2 in no time

#ISRO #Indianpride

So what to expect from ISRO this time..?

The much anticipated information on Chandrayaan-2 it will take place b/w 9 and 16 july 2019

so this has got some similar mechanism &technology of (GSLV)

what is "GSLV"

Chandrayaan-1 laynch pic

GSLV-Geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle

so the sharing technology has got some upgrades and it will have a name called (GSLV-MK-3)

so launching date isn't perfectly set, As per the info we can say it might be done between dates of 9th july to 16 th july of this year

so this will land on moon and expected to reach on moon on 6th september 2019

in recent tweet's of ISRO we have seen some comparison pics of it though we can see simplify on it about the differences

though coming to versions the latest version will have better endurance and beter specification and Quality and research included in it.

high layer pic capture from Chandrayaan-1

There will be 14 payloads on Chandrayaan-2

Comparision b/w Chandrayaan1 &2, A tweet from ISRO

Chandrayaan-1 was installed with 3 modules

  • Orbiter

  • Vikram(named after Vikram Sarabhai) basically known as Lander

  • Pragyan (which is the rover inside the lander )

The orbiter & lander are interfaced and stacked together and integrated as a single unit

in (GSLV MK-3) launch vehicle.

So the integrated module will reach moon using Orbiter propulsion module.

Chandrayaan 2 will be the first launch engine to land a rover near the lunar south pole.
India will become only the fourth country to achieve this feat after US, USSR and China.

The perfect pride of our "INDIA"

The rover Pragyan has three subsystems developed by IIT Kanpur.

In providing it mobility namely: Kinematic traction control to help the rover navigate through rough lunar terrain, control and motor dynamics, and stereoscopic camera-based 3D vision to provide the rovers a 3D view of the surrounding terrain with the aid of two NAVCAMs in front of the rover.

A total of 14 payloads will be carried onboard the ISRO Chandrayaan 2 lunar mission

and all fourteen of them will be supplied by Indian Institutes such as:

  • Large Area Soft X-ray Spectrometer (LASS) from ISRO Satellite Centre (ISAC)

  • Solar X-ray monitor (XSM) from Physical Research Laboratory (PRL)


Various other ISRO centres such as Space Application Centre (SAC), IIRS, SPL, and LEOS
are all contributing much hard-work and dedication towards this mission.

that's all for now about Chandrayaan-2

Stay tuned

More yet to hit the net