September 25, 2022

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India will try to land on the moon in August

Are among many countries and space agencies Competition for knowledge and space discovery. In addition, in recent years, celebrities such as Elon Musk have created companies dedicated to building rockets and turning space travel into space tourism.

As for the moon, eight countries in history have attempted to send missions to the star Not all of them succeeded. For example, India embarked on its first voyage in 2008, which had a successful unmanned impact. However, the work planned for 2019, The Chandrayaan2Not as successful as before.

When the rocket landed and crashed into the moon, the Indian space research organization ISRO made its announcement. Intends to start another mission Have to try to reach the satellite again. However, and as reported Times of IndiaThe corona virus infection stopped this kind of work and its release was delayed.

Now the country intends to implement one The moon lands on the satellite Chandrayaan 3 is expected to launch a drone from Earth in August.

Improvements from the 2019 mission

To ensure the success of the Chandrayaan 3 project, ISRO Vs.Many changes in its design To improve its landing on the lunar surface. For example, to reduce its weight, a scientifically capable orbiter will not be added to the spacecraft. “Their only task will be to get a lander to the moon, monitor it from orbit and communicate between the landing station and the landing station,” said ISRO chief Sridhar Panicker Somnath.

However, the Indian Space Agency has not released further details about the launch or its timing: when it will reach lunar orbit or when it will land on the surface of the satellite. In theory, the beginning Chandrayaan Mission 3 will be on August And its landing is located in the South Pole of the Moon.

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As mentioned in Times of IndiaIf this mission is successful it will be India The fourth country to successfully land on the moonAfter the United States, Russia and China.

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