Chandrayaan 3 moves towards the moon, ISRO says first process successfully completed -aabtak24


Chandrayaan 3 Update: Scientists of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) have successfully completed the first exercise on Saturday (July 15) to propel the Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft into its orbit. ISRO posted a social media saying that the condition of Chandrayaan is normal.

ISRO said, according to the live updates of the Chandrayaan-3 mission, the spacecraft is progressing under normal conditions, and ISRO has successfully completed its first orbit raising maneuver, ISTRAC/ISRO. He informed that Chandrayaan is now in an orbit of 41762 kilometers (km) by 173 km. 

Chandrayaan-3 Mission update:
The spacecraft’s health is normal.

The first orbit-raising maneuver (Earthbound firing-1) is successfully performed at ISTRAC/ISRO, Bengaluru.

Spacecraft is now in 41762 km x 173 km orbit.

What is Features of Chandrayaan 3?
Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched ‘Chandrayaan-3’ ; had a successful launch. The satellite was inserted into its targeted orbit 17 minutes after lift-off at 2.35 pm on Friday (July 15).

Nair said, from today onwards, the thrusters fitted in it (the vehicle) will be called ‘fire’ Will be done and ‘landing’ on the surface of the Moon on 23 August. For Chandrayaan-3 will be taken away from the earth. He said, Chandrayaan has performed very well.

Nair said that since the first phase of the experiment has been 100 percent successful and the spacecraft is also in very good condition, we are confident that it will be able to go to the moon with its technique. Chandrayaan-3 project director P Veeramuthuvel had said after Friday’s launch that the ISRO Telemetry, Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC), Bengaluru would closely monitor and control the spacecraft.

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