Chandrayaan-3 of the Indian Space Research Center (ISRO) has written a new chapter of success by landing on the South Pole of the Moon. After the failure of Chandrayaan-2 in soft landing, the whole country is celebrating this success. Meanwhile, Vikram Lander and Rover Pragyan have started their research mission on the surface of the moon. The study of the lunar surface continues. Rover Pragyan is engaged in the study of the lunar surface. At the same time, the equipment of Vikram Lander is also active.
Next 14 days time is very important
The time of next 14 days is very important for Chandrayaan-3. Because one lunar day on the Moon is equal to 14 days on Earth. Lander Vikram and Pragyan Rover have taken six scientific payloads with them. In the next 14 days, they have to collect enough data to complete the queries. Because after this it will be night on the moon.
Lander and rover will be inactive at night
Rover and Lander will not be able to work at night. Because they are getting energy from sunlight. At night, they will not get energy and they will become inactive. At the same time, the night temperature on the Moon goes below minus 100 degrees. In such a situation, they can be seriously harmed. If these two can work safely even after 14 days, then it will be great for the scientists.
Rover will send its data to the lander
Rover Pragyan will investigate the chemical composition, soil and rocks of the lunar surface. It will measure the density and thermal properties of ions and electrons on the lunar surface near the polar region. During its mission, the rover will be in contact with the lander and will transmit the lander data back to the mission command center of ISRO. At the same time, ISRO will not have any direct connection with the rover. Please tell that no one has reached the south pole of the Moon till date. For the first time, Chandrayaan-3’s lander Vikram has landed in this area.