India’s Chandrayaan-2 campaign will use 13 payloads. Apart from this, it has been included in NASA’s experiments, said Wednesday. Chandrayaan of India will be released in July.
ISRO said that Chandrayaan 2 campaign has a total of 13 payloads, in which it will be in 8 orbits, three in the London and two rover.
There are three parts of the spacecraft, including orbiter and lander (Vikram) and rover (pragyan). From July 9 to July 16, 2019, there is a favorable time for the flight, which is expected to land on the moon on September 6. The speed of the orbiter will be 100 km. Landar Vikram is going to expose the Moon’s South Pole. Rover Pragyan is going to do some experiment. The GSLV Mark will be flying with the help of the three launchers and the orbiter and the lender will be connected to each other. They will then cross the Earth’s outer space to the Moon. After that the lander will be separated from the orbiter and will be left separately on the Moon’s South Pole. A roger will be used for the scientific experiment with the help of a train like this. Equipment has been installed on both the lender and the orbiter. Scientific experiments with their help will be done. ISRO Chairman K. Sivan said,
Advanced Chandrayaan Mission
Chandrayaan-2 is a revised campaign involving Chandrayaan-1 campaign of 10 years ago. There were 11 payloads in Chandrayaan 1, five in India, three in Europe, two in America, one in Bulgaria, and one in 1 payload. They were 1.4 tonnes of spacecraft and PSLV was released with the help of a polar launcher.