Success, Lander Vikram separated from arbiter

Chandrayaan-2 (Chandrayaan-2) reached the fifth grade of Chand on Sunday evening at 6:21 pm. The distance of the moon from the moon is now just 109 to 120 kilometers.

ISRO said on Sunday that it successfully entered Chandrayaan-2 into the fifth and final orbit of the moon. Now the big success for Chandrayaan-2 mission, the lander Vikram separated from the arbiter.

Chandrayaan-2 will land on the moon on September 7. Lander Vikram will be separated from Chandrayaan’s orbiter between 12:45 and 13:45 on September 2. A few more phases will be completed after its success.

Vikram Lander successfully separates from # Chandrayaan2 Orbiter today (September 02, 2019) at 1315 hrs IST.

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Chandrayaan will land on the moon on 07 September

On September 03, the vehicle will be replaced for three seconds Soft landing on lunar surface at 1.55 pm on 07 September

Satellite launching speed will be different
In less than a second, Vikram split from the orbiter. ISRO Chairman K Sivan said that it would be different at high speed as if a satellite was launched.

America will send astronauts

Chandrayaan-2 will land on the south pole of the moon. No country has reached here yet. The US space agency NASA is planning to land its astronauts after five years.

The world stares at India’s mission
The landing of Chandrayaan-2 is eyeing the entire world. Former NASA astronaut Donald A. Thomas said on Sunday that the whole world is watching it stare. We have landed near the moon’s equator, but have never been to the South Pole.

This is very special for us, because snow is expected here. If ice is found, there is a possibility of getting water and oxygen from it.

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