Chandrayan-2’s lunar lander Vikram to land on Moon on 7th September 2019






It was eleven years ago Chandrayaan-1 made a confirmation about the presence of water on the lunar surface, and now this year, Chandrayaan-2 is landing on the moon, making India proud. The second Moon mission of India is all set to explore the uncharted south pole of the Moon and assist the scientists to comprehend the origin and evolution of the Moon. Chandrayaan-2 consists of a fully aboriginal Orbiter, Lander [Vikram] and Rover [Pragyan]. The Chandrayaan-2 six-wheeled Rover Pragyan is housed inside Vikram lander. The lander and the rover broke successfully from the Chandhrayaan-2 orbiter Monday afternoon, September 2 and began their own journey towards the Moon.

Chandrayaan-2 steps closer to the moon (Jagran Josh)

ISRO gave a statement, saying, “The health of Chandrayaan-2 is being constantly monitored from the Mission Operations Complex [MOX] at ISRO Telemetry, Tracking and Command Network [ISTRAC] in Bengaluru with complete support offered from Indian Deep Space Network [IDSN] antennas at Bylalu, near Bengaluru. All the systems of Chandrayaan 2 are perfectly healthy.”

Chandrayaan-2, India’s ambitious mission set to create history on Moon landing (Mint)

The Chairman of Indian Space Research Organisation, K Sivan addressed the media that the Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft will touch the land of Moon between 1.30 am and 2.30 am. The whole team of ISRO and the country are super-excited to stay awake to watch live the spacecraft’s smooth landing on Moon.

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We hope for a smooth landing of Chandrayaan-2 on Moon between 1.30 am and 2.30 am. By this, India becomes the fourth nation to land softly on the moon, followed by the Soviet Union, the U.S., and China.




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