Chandrayaan 3 Soft Landing LIVE Telecast

Chandrayaan 3 Soft Landing LIVE Telecast : The live telecast of the ‘soft-landing’ will be available on multiple platforms including ISRO’s website, its YouTube channel, ISRO’s Facebook page and DD National TV channel.

Chandrayaan 3 Soft Landing LIVE Telecast

Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has changed the landing time of Chandrayaan 3 mission, the moon lander was earlier scheduled to land on the moon at 5.47 pm, but ISRO has changed the time, and now on August 23 with a delay of 17 minutes i.e. Will land at 06.04 pm. The landing of Chandrayaan 3 will be telecast live on several platforms.

This moment will be very special for Indians. There is a lot of excitement among the people about the landing of Chandrayaan 3 on the surface of the moon. Everyone wants to see this moment live. Let us tell you that ISRO will be live streaming the landing of Chandrayaan-3. Besides, it will be live streaming on many other platforms as well. So that everyone will be able to see the landing of Chandrayaan-3 on the surface of the moon.

Also let us tell you that ISRO has got a big success, the lander of Chandrayaan 3 has been installed in the orbit of Chandrayaan 2. Vikram lander ready for soft landing on lunar surface, now only 2 days left for Chandrayaan to land on lunar surface, Vikram lander has completed successful deboosting for the second time, now distance of lander from moon is only 25 km.

After landing on the lunar surface, the rover will conduct research and collect data for a total of 14 days, with the life of the rover Pragyan being equal to one lunar day, i.e. 14 days. The rover will collect data on aluminum, silicon, magnesium, potassium, titanium, calcium and iron on the moon.

The propulsion module will work for years

Former ISRO scientist Vinod Kumar Srivastav said that when Chandrayaan 3 was launched, the propulsion module had 1696.4 kg of fuel, after which it changed its orbit around the earth five times with the help of the propulsion module, the engine was turned on six times along with the orbit correction. Later Chandrayaan 3 proceeded towards the moon.

After which the propulsion module engines were turned on six times around the Moon, a total of 1546 kilograms of fuel was consumed, while the thrusters of the propulsion module were turned on five times around the Earth, 793 kilograms of fuel were used. After which thrusters i.e. engines were turned on to reduce the orbit around the moon five times. 753 kg of fuel was used then. A total of 1546 kg of fuel has been used. Now 150 kg fuel has increased. That means it will not work for 3 to 6 months but can work for many years.

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