Chandrayaan-3: Isro releases near up image of Moon taken by way of Vikram lander
Chandrayaan-three: Isro releases near up image of Moon taken by way of Vikram lander
Chandrayaan-3 had been announced as India’s third lunar exploration mission. Chandrayaan-3 was intended to be a follow-up to Chandrayaan-2, with a focus on landing a rover on the Moon’s surface.
Chandrayaan-2, launched in July 2019, consisted of an orbiter, a lander named Vikram, and a rover named Pragyan. While the orbiter successfully entered lunar orbit and continues to send valuable data back to Earth, the lander’s attempt to make a soft landing on the Moon’s surface was unsuccessful.
Chandrayaan-3 aimed to rectify this by focusing solely on the lander and rover components. The mission’s primary goal was to successfully land a rover on the Moon’s surface. The rover would have conducted scientific experiments and collected data to enhance our understanding of the Moon’s geology and environment.
For the most recent and accurate information about Chandrayaan-3, I recommend checking updates from the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) or other reputable sources related to space exploration. There may have been developments or changes since my last update.
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Lander payloads: Chandra’s Surface Thermophysical Experiment (ChaSTE) to measure the thermal conductivity and temperature; Instrument for Lunar Seismic Activity (ILSA) for measuring the seismicity around the landing site; Langmuir Probe (LP) to estimate the plasma density and its variations. A passive Laser Retroreflector Array from NASA is accommodated for lunar laser ranging studies.