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India blasts Chandrayaan-3 lander toward the moon's south pole

By: April Carson



India has triumphantly initiated its most recent lunar mission, Chandrayaan-3. This spacecraft aims to delve into the unexplored depths of the moon's southern pole, where valuable water reserves reside, holding the potential to pave the way for a sustainable lunar settlement. The spacecraft, which is propelled by the nation's Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark III (GSLV MkIII) rocket, carries a lander and rover.


The Chandrayaan-3, the spacecraft of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), gracefully embarked on its journey to the moon. Named after the Sanskrit word for "moon craft," this remarkable mission began at 2:35 pm local time on July 14th, as it soared into the sky atop the Launch Vehicle Mark-III rocket from the beautiful southern state of Andhra Pradesh.


The previous Chandrayaan-2 mission concluded in 2019 with a setback, as a software glitch led to the lander crashing into the moon's surface. The Vikram lander, which carried the Pragyan rover intended for exploration of the moon's south pole, unfortunately, suffered destruction upon impact. "We have learned our lessons," said Dr. K Sivan, Chairman of ISRO, "and will be more cautious this time around."


The Chandrayaan-3 mission, however, has been designed to attain the same goals. Its focus remains on surveying the unexplored southern pole of the moon for water ice deposits believed to be in abundance there. If successful, this mission could significantly propel India's space program and provide new insight into lunar topography.


The initial Chandrayaan-1 mission comprised a lunar orbiter and a deliberate high-speed impact probe, both aimed at the moon's south pole. This mission achieved remarkable success, cementing India's position as the fourth nation on Earth to proudly plant its flag on the lunar surface.


The scientific community and space enthusiasts alike are eagerly awaiting the results of Chandrayaan-3, hoping for India to make history once again. As thoughts turn to what potential discoveries may be in store, one can only imagine the implications they may have on humanity's future exploration of the beyond.


So far, lunar missions have only been successfully landed by the US, the USSR, and China. In April, a Japanese start-up made a private attempt, but unfortunately, it also failed when it crashed into the lunar surface at a high speed.


India, however, is determined to continue its trailblazing mission and set the benchmark for lunar exploration. The success of Chandrayaan-3 could potentially make India the first nation on Earth to be successful in landing a spacecraft on the moon's south pole - an accomplishment that would truly cement India's place as a global leader in space exploration.


Chrayaan-3 aims to replicate the Chandrayaan-2 mission but with a notable difference: the absence of an orbiter. Instead, the lander and rover will independently establish communication with Earth, eliminating the need for an intermediary satellite. Officials project the mission to reach the moon on either August 23rd or 24th. Subsequently, the lander will detach and descend toward the lunar surface. Once deployed, the rover is expected to endure the challenging lunar conditions for a mere two weeks.


As India awaits the results of this ambitious mission, all eyes are fixed on the progress of the Chandrayaan-3 - a spacecraft that could make history and help humanity explore beyond our current limits.


The space race is heating up, with countries around the world vying to be first in discovering new phenomena in space. With Chandrayaan-3, India is determined to make its mark and further the cause of space exploration. It is a mission that could potentially help unlock the mysteries of our universe - and open up many possibilities for humankind's future.


In a momentous tweet, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared, "The 4th of July, 2023, shall forever be remembered as a milestone for India's space sector... This extraordinary mission shall embody the aspirations and aspirations of our nation."


Chandrayaan-3's mission will be a testament to India's ambition and ongoing commitment to its space exploration goals. It is certain to bring about a new era in the nation's rapidly advancing space program, as well as boosting enthusiasm among citizens of all ages for the mysteries beyond our planet.












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April Carson is the daughter of Billy Carson. She received her bachelor's degree in Social Sciences from Jacksonville University, where she was also on the Women's Basketball team. She now has a successful clothing company that specializes in organic baby clothes and other items. Take a look at their most popular fall fashions on bossbabymav.com


To read more of April's blogs, check out her website! She publishes new blogs on a daily basis, including the most helpful mommy advice and baby care tips! Follow on IG @bossbabymav


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