Chandrayaan 3 Successful Or Not? Know Landing Date, Realtime Updates, Location &Amp; Live Streaming

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On Friday, July 14 at 2:35 PM ISA, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) successfully launched the Chandrayaan-3 mission from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh. This mission aims to demonstrate various capabilities by sending a lander and a rover to explore the lunar surface. The expected date for the lander to touch down on the moon is August 24, 2023. See about Sarkari result.

Stay updated with Chandrayaan 3: Real Time Reports

If you’re excited to follow Chandrayaan 3’s progress, you’re not alone. Check this post regularly for launch date, time, location and other relevant details about the mission. You will get minute-by-minute updates on the launch and the identities of the people involved.

Success of Chandrayaan 3 mission

Given the complexity of space travel and the challenges faced during Chandrayaan-2, ISRO designed Chandrayaan-3 as a fail-safe system. This method allows scientists to analyze lunar data even in certain cases. Although the launch was successful, the overall success of the mission will be determined when the lander attempts to touch the lunar surface on August 24, 2023.

Chandrayaan-3 is an upgrade over Chandrayaan-2.

Chandrayaan-3 is similar to its predecessor Chandrayaan-2. However, lessons learned from the previous mission were applied to improve Chandrayaan-3. The upgrades include reinforced legs, increased fuel capacity, solar panels on all four sides, more navigational instruments and revised software. NASA has contributed to increasing the lander’s chances of survival in the harsh lunar environment.

Hardware components for Chandrayaan-3

ISRO’s advanced Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft was launched by two S2000 solid rocket boosters using the powerful launch vehicle Mark-III. After separating the solid rocket motors, the L110 liquid stage takes the inspiration, followed by the CE25 cryogenic stage.

Chandrayaan-3 cargo capacity and payload

The Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft consists of three main components: Propulsion Module, Lander Module and Rover Module. After these parts are placed in the correct orbit above the Earth, they are on their way to the Moon.

Chandrayaan 3 timeline

Stay updated with the Chandrayaan 3 timeline that includes the mission’s key events:

  • Chandrayaan 3: Friday, July 14, 2023 at 2:35 PM.
  • 2xS200 ignition: in 0 sec
  • L110 ignition: in 108 seconds
  • 2xs200 split: in 127 sec
  • PLF Separation: At 195 sec
  • L110 separation: in 306 seconds
  • C25 ignition: at 308 sec
  • C25 closing: in 954 seconds
  • Satellite Separation: At 969 sec

Chandrayaan-3: Critical landing

The success of Chandrayaan-3 hinges on its landing. If it lands successfully, it will open the door for sample collection, human missions and lunar landings. The mission is a milestone, and landing on the moon is a critical first step in any exploration endeavor.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. How long will Chandrayaan-3 take to reach the moon? Chandrayaan-3 is expected to take about a month to reach the lunar surface.
  2. Was Chandrayaan 2 a success? No, Chandrayaan-2 partially crashed in the final stage and crashed on the lunar surface during the landing attempt.
  3. Which country reached the moon first? In the year Russia was the first country to land on the moon in 1959.