New Delhi: India’s third moon mission was successfully launched on July 13 from Sri Harikota. After which ISRO (ISRO) scientists are analyzing the data related to its orbit to find out where Chandrayaan-3 (Chandrayaan-3) reached. However, now the first stage of Chandrayaan-3 has changed. ISRO has successfully completed the first orbit maneuvering of Chandrayaan-3. Now it is moving in an elliptical orbit around the earth at a speed of more than 42 thousand km.
After the launch of Chandrayaan-3, its speed is measured at perigee and apogee. In which short distance is perigee and long distance is apogee. After the launch of the Moon mission, it was placed into an elliptical orbit with a perigee of 170 km and an apogee of 36,500 km. The orbital maneuver will take place around the earth five times. That means its class will be changed. In which the apogee will be changed four times. Once the peerage is changed.
According to the information, after 15 days i.e. on July 31, 2023, Chandrayaan-3 will have reached ten times distance from Earth. However, ISRO scientists will keep increasing its distance by changing the apogee. This distance will continue to increase until it reaches a distance of about 1 lakh kilometers from Earth. After reaching here, the scientists will make it into a gel. That means Chandrayaan-3 will be sent to translunar insertion by slingshot. Chandrayaan-3 will be in the lunar orbit insertion phase after traveling in this long orbit for five days on August 5-6. After that, the propulsion system of Chandrayaan-3 will be activated. Also it will be pushed forward. It will be sent to an orbit above 100 km of the moon. On August 17, the propulsion system will separate from Chandrayaan-3’s Lander-Rover.
After the propulsion module of Chandrayaan-3, the most difficult task will begin its landing process. After detaching the propulsion module, the lander will be brought into a 100X30 km lunar orbit. For this deboosting has to be done. That means its speed has to be reduced. This work will be done on August 23. Which will be a very important day for the scientists of ISRO as well as the entire country of India.