Chandrayaan 2 isro moon mission second orbit scientists shriharikota rocket satellite space technology: Scientists of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) have started moving their second moon mission Chandrayaan-2 into the orbit of the Earth. After launch on July 22, it was set at perii (short distance from earth) 170 km and Apozy (distance greater than Earth) 45,475 km. Its class was successfully changed at night 1.08 pm on July 25 and July 26. Now its periage has been increased to 251 km and Apozy 54,829 km. Earlier, the Chandrayaan-2 class was successfully changed on July 24, at 2.52 pm. Then its perii was 230 km and Apozy 45,163 km.
By the 6th of August, the Orbit of Chandrayaan-2 will be changed around the earth. After the launch on July 22, a 48-day journey of Chandrayaan-2 has started to reach the Moon’s South Pole. Chandrayaan-II, after 16.23 minutes of launch, was separated from the GSLV-MK3 rocket at an altitude of about 170 km from Earth and circled the Earth’s orbit. ISRO scientists made considerable changes in the launch of Chandrayaan-2.
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Various stages of 48-day journey of Chandrayaan-2
Chandrayaan-2 space shuttle will travel around the earth from 22 July to 6 August. After that, from 14th August to 20th August, you will travel in the long walk to the moon. On August 20, it will reach the orbit of the moon. After that 11 days i.e. till August 31, he will move around the moon. Then on September 1, Vikram will separate from Lander orbiter and start the journey towards the Moon’s South Pole. After 5 days journey, on 6th September Vikram Lander will land on the southern pole of the moon. About 4 hours after landing, Rover Pragyan will leave the lander and take off to perform different experiments on the surface of the moon.
Know … what is the difference between launch of July 15 and launch of July 22
1. The time to go to Earth Orbit has been extended by about one minute
July 22: Chandrayaan-2 will now reach 181.65 km from Earth in 974.30 seconds (about 16.23 minutes).
July 15: Chandrayaan-2 was then to go 181.61 km from Earth in 973.70 seconds (about 16.22 minutes).
2. Changes in oval rotation around the Earth, the distance of 60.4 km in the Apogee
July 22: Chandrayaan-2 will revolve around the earth in the oval orbit after launch. Its periage (less distance from the earth) is 170 km and apogee (distance greater than Earth) will be 39120 km.
July 15: If Chandrayaan-2 was launched, its perii was 170.06 km and the Apozy was 39059.60 km. That is, a difference of 60.4 km has been brought to Aposhi. That is, the movement around the earth will be reduced.
3. A 6-day reduction in the time of Chandrayaan-2 going to the moon
If Chandrayaan-2 was launched successfully on July 15, he would land on the southern pole of the moon on September 6. But after today’s launch Chandrayaan-2 will take 48 days to reach the moon. That is, Chandrayaan-2 will reach the moon on September 6. ISRO Scientist For this, Chandrayaan-2 will cut the rotation around the earth. Probably now Chandrayaan-2 has four rounds of earth instead of 5.
4. Chandrayaan-2 Velocity increased 1.12 meter per second
After launching Chandrayaan-2 today ie July 22, it will now move faster towards the moon. Now its speed in space will be 10305.78 meters per second. While launching on 15th July, it would move towards the Moon at a speed of 10,304.66 meters per second. I.e. its speed has increased by 1.12 meters per second.