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Chandrayan-3 Successful: ISRO aces 4th Orbit Raising Maneuver, Spacecraft One Step Closer To Moon

The people at ISRO Telemetry, Tracking and Command Network in Bengaluru did a special move called Earthbound perigee firing.

BY DIGITAL TODAY PRESENTED: ISRO successfully made Chandrayan-3 spacecraft go higher in space for the fourth time.

ISRO, which is a space organization in India, made a big announcement on Thursday. It’s an important step in India’s mission to explore the moon.

The scientists at ISRO in Bengaluru did a special action called Earthbound perigee firing to help Chandrayan-3 get closer to the Moon. They will do this action again on July 25, 2023, to continue their mission.

They put the satellite exactly where it was supposed to go in space, 17 minutes after the rocket launched.. This happened after they did another maneuver to move the satellite higher in its orbit. They did a similar maneuver earlier this week, and it worked too.

ISRO project director, P Overimitatively, said that they will keep a close eye on and control the spacecraft from ISTRAC.

Chandrayan-3 is a space mission that has special tools to learn about different things on the Moon. The tools can do many things, like measuring temperature, detecting earthquakes, analyzing air, and identifying materials near the Moon during landing..

What will ISRO do after the Chandrayan-3 mission to Mars, Venus, and the Sun?

The mission wants to learn more about the Moon by studying things like its shape, what it’s made of, and how hot or cold it is. They also want to understand how the ground moves and what the air is like on the Moon.

ISRO has shared this video with twitter

In 2023, India is happy because it’s International Moon Day! They did a special move with their spacecraft called Chandrayan-3. This move is important because it helps them get closer to the moon and explore it more.

There are a lot of important things that need to happen for the spacecraft to land safely on the moon. First, it needs to get into orbit around the moon. Then, it needs to separate from the part that will actually land on the moon. After that, it will go through some maneuvers to slow down and get closer to the moon’s surface. Finally, it will carefully descend and land softly on the moon.

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