There will be no mistake in India’s lunar mission! ISRO has chosen a special option for Chandrayaan-3 -aabtak24


Chandrayaan 3 Launch Update: India’s lunar mission is ready for launch on Friday (July 14). Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has taken special measures to ensure that there is no mistake in the lunar mission. For a successful lunar mission, more fuel, many safety measures and a large landing site on the moon have been ensured. For this, ISRO has opted for a special ‘Failure Based Design’ so that the rover successfully lands on the Moon even if some things go wrong.

On July 14, Chandrayaan-3 will fly at 2:35 pm. This is a follow-up mission to Chandrayaan-2, which had a crash landing in September 2019 due to a software glitch. ISRO Pramuth S Somnath said on Monday (July 10) that instead of success based design of Chandrayaan-2, the option of ‘Failure Based Design’ has been chosen in Chandrayaan-3. He said the focus was on what could fail and how to protect it and ensure a successful landing.

ISRO chief S Somnath said this

He launched Chandrayaan-2’s lander ‘Vikram’ The ‘soft landing’ Sharing details of the failure, it said that the engines designed to slow down its velocity developed more force than expected when it began its descent towards the designated landing site of 500 m x 500 m on the lunar surface. gone.

He told the media on the sidelines of the Indian Space Congress organized by SIA India here, ‘‘There were primary issues, first-we had five engines, which were used to reduce the velocity. These engines developed more power than expected.’’

ISRO chief tells the story of Chandrayaan-2 mission

Somnath said that due to the generation of more force, errors were created in a short period of time. The ISRO chief said, “All the errors happened together, which were much more than we expected.” The vehicle had to turn very fast. When it started turning too fast, its turning capacity was limited by software. We never expected such a situation. That was the other issue.”

He said that the third reason for the failure was the small 500 meter x 500 meter site specified for landing the spacecraft. “The vehicle was trying to reach there by increasing its velocity,” Somnath said. It was almost near the surface and was continuously increasing its velocity.’

He said, in short, the problem with Chandrayaan-2 was that its ability to handle yaw was very limited. So what we did this time was just to expand it further , paying attention to what are the things that could go wrong.

That is why the lunar mission is expected to be successful

He said that Chandrayaan-3 also has more fuel, so that it has more capacity to travel or handle deviations or move to an alternate landing site. panels to ensure that it continues to generate power no matter how it lands on the lunar surface.

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