All About Chandrayaan 3 ! Why does It take Too Long To reach the moon? Does It Make INDIA Richer? Does It Benefit the Stock Market?

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In Hindi & Sanskrit, the meaning of CHANDRAYAAN is known as the MOON VEHICLE. The Chandrayaan program is known as the Indian Lunar Investigation Program. It is a continuous series of space missions by the (ISRO) for the investigation of the Moon. The moon’s rugged South Pole is coveted because of its water ice, which is believed to be capable of providing fuel, oxygen, and drinking water for the future, but due to its rough terrain, it is really hard to land. Chandrayaan-3 is the third Indian lunar exploration mission.


Chandrayaan-3 is the third Indian lunar exploration mission. It is India’s most ambitious lunar mission. It is equipped with a ton of high technology & advanced sensors for data collection.

Who invented Chandrayaan-3?

An Aerospace Engineer S Somanath helped in the design of the rocket the Launch Vehicle Mark-3 that lifted Chandrayaan-3 into orbit.

Is Chandrayaan-3 a success?

Chandrayaan-3’s Vikram Lander and Pragyan Rover on Wednesday made a successful soft touchdown on the lunar South Pole. After Landing, India has now become the fourth country to successfully conduct a soft landing on the Moon.

How far is Chandrayaan-3 from Earth?

Researchers at the ISRO effectively played out the primary circle-raising move of the Chandrayaan-3 space apparatus on July 15, 2023. It was in an orbit, which when closest to Earth is at 173 kilometres and farthest from Earth is at 41,762 km. Second orbit-raising maneuver (July 17)

Is NASA helping ISRO in Chandrayaan-3?

NASA also helped ISRO in the mission. With all the help from NASA and struggling Indian Engineers the project was Finally Invented.

Difference between Chandrayaan-2 and 3?

Another noticeable difference in Chandrayaan 3  is the apparatus on the orbiters. While the Chandrayaan-2 orbiter carried 9 instruments.

What is India’s Chandrayaan-3 mission?

India Moon Landing In Latest Moon Race, India Lands First in the Southern Polar Region. Days after a Russian lunar landing failed, India’s Chandrayaan-3 mission is set to begin exploring an area of the moon that has yet to be visited and has water ice that could be a resource for future mission

Which satellite is used in Chandrayaan-3?

LVM-3’s first successful mission was in 2017, when it carried the GSAT-19 satellite, a communication spacecraft, into space. Subsequently, the same launch vehicle put the Chandrayaan-2, weighing 3,850 kg, outside the Earth’s atmosphere in 2019. And last month, it was LVM-3 that took Chandrayaan-3 into space.

Was AI used in Chandrayaan-3?

ISRO used AI-enabled software to initiate a systematic descent of the spacecraft on the surface of the moon

How does Chandrayaan-3 work?

It consists of a lander, designed to gently touch down on the moon’s surface, and a rover which is ready to explore the lunar terrain. To propel the lander and rover towards the moon, CH-3 relies on a propulsion module.

What is the lifespan of Chandrayaan-3?

The Chandrayaan-3’s lifespan is two weeks during which the Vikram lander and Pragyan rover will conduct scientific activities

What technology is used in the moon lander?

The framework has a LIDAR and a camera. This camera produces 3-dimensional pictures of the outer layer of the moon. The onboard computer uses these images to characterize the landscape underneath the lander during the final descent.

How does Chandrayaan-3 communicate?

In addition to Isro’s own deep space communication antenna, the mission has been relying on support from ground stations around the world, coordinated by ESA and NASA.

Which fuel is used in Chandrayaan-3?

The primary phase of the rocket is controlled by strong fuel, the subsequent stage is fueled by fluid fuel, and the last stage is controlled by fluid hydrogen and fluid oxygen.

How is the project important?

It has landed in the Moon’s south polar region, specifically within a zone near the lunar South Pole. One prominent aspect of the Moon’s south polar region is the presence of permanently shadowed craters.

Is this a robotic mission concept by ISRO?

Chandrayaan-3 is a mechanical mission by ISRO, which is intended to land a wanderer on the moon’s surface. It is a repeat of Chandrayaan-2. The Chandrayaan has 3 important components. The first one is a propulsion module. The second & third are a lander and a rover.

How is Chandrayaan-3 controlled from Earth?

So, after the LVM-3 puts it above the earth, Chandrayaan-3 will start circling the earth, on its own, in an elliptical orbit. When it reaches the farthest point, engineers on the ground will nudge it slightly to change the direction a little so that its next loop is bigger than the first.

What is the speed of Chandrayaan-3?

Moving In Orbit With 6048KM Speed.

NASA say about Chandrayaan-3?

NASA chief said, Congratulations@isro on your successful Chandrayaan-3 lunar South Pole landing! And congratulations to #India on being the 4th country to successfully soft-land a spacecraft on the Moon. We are glad to be your partner on this Chandryaan 3 mission!

Is there any person in Spaceship?

S Mohana Kumar is a senior scientist from the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre. He is the mission director for the Chandrayaan-3. Kumar has worked as the director for the successful commercial launch of the One Web India 2 satellites on board the LVM3-M3 mission.

Does Spaceship will come back to Earth?

No, Vikram and Pragyan are not supposed to come back to the earth. They will remain on the moon.Chandrayaan-3 Lander module, comprising Vikram lander and Pragyan rover will operate till 5 September when there will be sunlight in the region. They will become inactive after 14 days, as soon as the night begins from 6th September on the Moon.

What are the benefits of the project for India?

The mission is to tell the world how space is turning out to be more open and easily accessible. After this, the world recognizes India as the Fourth Country to Soft Land on the south pole of the moon. It is a great achievement for India.

Effects on the Stock Market?

Those 13 Indian stocks that benefitted from the successful soft landing of Chandrayaan-3 on the moon include Linde India, Centrum Electronics, Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd or HAL, Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd or BHEL, Bharat Electronics Ltd or BEL, Larsen & Turbo or LT, Avantel, Paras Defence and Space Technologies, MTAR Technologies, Walchandnagar Industries, etc.

Cost Of Project?

SRO’s moon mission, cost just Rs. 615 crores (75 million USD) to the Indian space agency. Here’s how they made it cost-effective and way cheaper than so many Hollywood films.

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