chandrayaan-3 के चंद्र मिशन की शीर्ष 10 मुख्य विशेषताएं
Chandrayaan-3 achieved a remarkable soft landing on the lunar surface, showcasing India's capability to navigate and land on other celestial bodies.
The successful touchdown placed ISRO in an elite group of nations that have successfully landed spacecraft on extraterrestrial worlds.
The mission featured advanced technologies that were demonstrated through the deployment of a lander and rover on the Moon's surface.
Beyond landing, Chandrayaan-3 embarked on significant scientific exploration, aiming to analyze the lunar environment and composition.
Shortly after landing, a side panel of the lander unfolded, creating a ramp for the rover to emerge and begin its lunar exploration.
Both the lander and rover were powered by solar energy, enabling them to conduct scientific studies for about two weeks.
Lunar Night Limitation:
The lander and rover were not designed to withstand the harsh lunar nights, underscoring the mission's focused operational window.
The rover communicated with the lander, which in turn established a direct link with Earth. The Chandrayaan-2 orbiter also served as a contingency communication relay.
The entire journey, from liftoff to lunar touchdown, spanned approximately 40 days, showcasing efficient mission planning and execution.
Polar Region Exploration:
Chandrayaan-3's landing in the Moon's south polar region allowed for targeted exploration of an area known to contain water ice and offer unique scientific insights.
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