The very fascinated and most awaited Moon mission of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) – Chandrayaan 2 will live on July 22, 2019 at 2:43PM IST. The mission is very special due to some very clear record that it holds.
In addition, By Chandrayaan 2 Mission, India will become the first country to land on Moon’s South Pole. So, here Tech Infinite is come up with the live launching of Chandrayaan 2.
What is special in Chandrayaan 2?
- First Space mission to conduct a smooth landing on Moon’s South Pole.
- The mission to use completely home-grown technology.
- First mission to explore southern lunar region.
- Fourth country to lands on lunar regions
Live Launching from GSLV Mark III M1
Furthermore, The research data of the launching is a result of ISRO and NASA alliance. Vikram lander is used in the mission. The rover is a 6-wheeled, AI-powered vehicle named Pragyan. The Chandrayaan 2 will land on Moon on Sptember 6, 2019 and remain operational for 1 year.
As of June 2019, the mission has an allocated cost of ₹978 crore (approximately US$141 million) which includes ₹603 crore for space segment and ₹375 crore as launch costs on GSLV Mk III.Finally, The stack would be initially put in an Earth parking orbit of 170 km perigee and 40,400 km apogee by the launch vehicle.