What will India gain from Chandrayaan-3? Former ISRO scientist Nambi Narayanan told -aabtak24


Nambi Narayanan On Chandrayaan 3 Launch: The 25.30-hour countdown for the launch of India’s third lunar mission ‘Chandrayaan-3’ began on Thursday (July 13) from Sriharikota. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) gave this information. 

On the eve of the launch of Chandrayaan-3, former ISRO scientist Nambi Narayanan said that its successful ‘soft landing’ With this, India will become the fourth country to achieve this feat and this will increase the possibilities of development of space science in the country. Other countries in this case are the US, China and the former Soviet Union. 

‘Chandrayaan-3 will prove to be a game changer’

Nambi Narayanan described Chandrayaan-3 as a potential game-changer that would serve as an inspiration for the whole world. He said that in the third lunar mission, efforts are being made to avoid the problems that happened with Chandrayaan-2. Former ISRO scientist Narayanan said, “Chandrayaan-3 will definitely be a game changer for India and I hope it will be successful.” India will become an inspiration for the whole world. Let’s wait for the launch and pray for the best.”

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What time will Chandrayaan-3 launch? 

Chandrayaan-3 will be launched on Friday (July 14) at 2:35 pm from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota through the launch vehicle Mark-III rocket. A day before the launch, a team of ISRO scientists carrying a miniature model of Chandrayaan-3 visited the Tirupati Venkatachalapathi temple.

‘The scope for entry of more startups will also increase’

The former ISRO scientist said that since India is now inviting private participation in technology development, there will be scope for more startups to enter this sector. Narayanan said, ‘‘For many players It is very important to start your work. For example I think many startups will come and even the startups that we have will have better funding. Many other countries can also come here with their startup or join an existing startup.’’

Why is there hope for a successful soft landing of Chandrayaan-3?

Narayanan said that the successful ‘Chandrayaan-3’ The mission will be a big boost to the country’s economy along with space science and technology. ‘Chandrayaan-2’ Had managed to land on the Moon, but due to some software and mechanical problems ‘soft landing’ failed to do. Narayanan said that now space scientists have worked on every aspect of it for four years and they have got a “soft landing”. are supposed to. He said that indigenously developed technology is necessary for a country to move forward. Narayanan said ISRO is known for using minimum amount for its ambitious space missions.

We have to wait so much for the success of the mission

The former scientist said, ‘‘Compared to other countries, our expenditure on such missions is very less.’’ Narayanan said, ‘We will have to wait till August 23 or 24 to know the success of the mission as the ‘landing’ will be held on the same dates.’’

Earth Science Minister Kiren Rijiju tweeted

The ‘Chandra mission’ to leave on Friday; For the year 2019 ‘Chandrayaan-2’ Follow up mission of In this third lunar mission of India also, the aim of space scientists is to make a ‘soft landing’ of the lander on the surface of the moon. belongs to. Meanwhile, Earth Sciences Minister Kiren Rijiju tweeted on Thursday night, “India ready to go to the moon, Chandrayaan-3 will be launched on July 14, 2023, at 2:35 pm!”

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