Chandrayaan 3 Launch Live | Date | Time : The highly anticipated Chandrayaan 3 mission is scheduled for launch on Friday, July 14. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is all set to embark on this lunar expedition from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota. Chandrayaan 3 serves as a follow-on mission to the successful Chandrayaan-2 endeavour.
The third mission of ISRO’s Moon Mission will be launched by the LVM3 (Launch Vehicle Mark-3) from SDSC SHAR, Sriharikota. The propulsion module will carry the lander and rover configuration to a lunar orbit of approximately 100 km.
Chandrayaan 3 Launch Date and Time
|Name of the organization||ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization)|
|Name of the mission||Chandrayaan 3|
|Launching date||14th July 2023|
|Cost of the mission||Rs 615 crores|
|Chandrayaan includes||Lander, rover, and orbiter|
|Collaboration partner name||Japan|
As per the schedule, ISRO’s Chandrayaan 3 spacecraft is planned to be launched on July 14 at 2:35 AM. The lander component of Chandrayaan-3 will commence its journey, which is expected to last a little over a month. The aim is to achieve a soft landing on the lunar surface of the Moon, tentatively around August 23 or 24.
What is Chandrayaan 3 budget?
The cost of Chandrayaan is over Rs 615 crores which incorporates production rate, materials, other expenses, equipment cost, etc. Most importantly, it included all the expenditures and revenues append on the vehicle of the Chandrayaan 3.
Chandrayaan-3 lander and rover names
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) plans to reuse the names of the Chandrayaan-2 lander and rover for the Chandrayaan-3 project. The spacecraft includes a moon lander called Vikram (derived from the Sanskrit word for “Valor”), equipped with four instruments to observe thermal conductivity and detect moonquakes in the landing area, among other data-gathering tasks. Once it touches down, the rover, named Pragyan (meaning “wisdom” in Sanskrit), will disembark from Vikram and explore the nearby region. It is equipped with onboard cameras to navigate around lunar obstacles. Throughout its operations, the rover will remain within the lander’s field of view while conducting scientific experiments.
Pragyan carries two onboard instruments to conduct on-site experiments, aiming to gather valuable technical data about the lunar composition near the landing site.
Chandrayaan 3 Launch Live Streaming: Where to Watch
To witness the Chandrayaan 3 launch, interested viewers can tune in to the live streaming coverage provided by ISRO. The organisation typically broadcasts such events on its official website and various social media platforms.
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