India’s Chandrayaan-2 has sent first pictures from Chandrayaan-2 of the earth. ISRO has shared these pictures by Chandrayaan-2 on his Twitter official account. Sharing these pictures, ISRO has written that the first set of beautiful pictures of the Earth clicked from Vikram Lander in Chandrayaan-2. The pictures were taken by Chandrayaan-2 on August 3 at 5.28 pm.
Chandrayaan-2, which was launched on Mission Moon, was launched on 22 July at 2.43 pm with the help of GSLV Mk3 rocket known as Bahubali.
Explain that ISRO had left Chandrayaan 1 for 11 years ago. Its duration was 312 days and it was working till 29 August 2019. Arbiter, lander and rover have been installed in Chandrayaan 2 and it is expected to land on the moon in the first week of September.
What will get from Chandrayaan 2 to India, what will be the three biggest advantages
The scientist will land it lightly on the South Pole of the Moon. No country has so far reached this area. After China, Russia and America, India will be the fourth country to land a rover through soft landing on the moon. Since its launch, Chandrayaan-2, ISRO’s most complex and prestigious mission is being considered.
ISRO chief says after the successful launch of Chandrayaan-2 – this is the beginning of India’s historic journey towards the moon
After the launch of Chandrayaan-2, ISRO chief K. Sivan (K Sivan) announced the success of the mission. He had said that this is the beginning of India’s historic journey towards the Moon. Siwan had said that before the moon approaches the Moon, it will have to undergo 15 ‘very important campaign phases’ in the next one-and-half month.
He said that the day would come after that ‘our heartbeats would increase for 15 minutes to ensure a safe landing on the Moon near the South Pole’. This will be the most complex phase.
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