ISRO’s Mangalyaan Mission was in the limelight to be less expensive than the Hollywood film ‘Gravity’. Now Chandrayaan 2 is compared to the cost of the famous Hollywood movie.
- Bahubali Rocket GSLV will fly towards the moon in a few hours
- Foreign media told Chandrayaan 2 less expensive than movie Aveng
- ers Endgame
- ISRO’s rover will investigate the mysterious part of the moon
New Delhi: India is fully prepared for new achievements in space and ISRO is once again going to raise its fear in front of the world. Foreign media is fiercely praising India’s space mission. ISRO has always been in the discussion about achieving big successes in low cost. When ISRO launched the Martian mission, it was also discussed because its cost was less than the Hollywood film Gravity made on space topics. Now ISRO’s new Mars mission is also compared to a famous Hollywood movie.
Foreign media say that India’s Chandrayaan 2 mission is very cheap with the Hollywood movie ‘Avengers AndGame’. According to reports, the cost of Chandrayaan 2 is less than half of the Avengers Endgame. The world has once again been shocked by its ability to carry out the mission at this low cost of ISRO.
Known as the Bahubali Rocket, GSLV Mark 3
has finalized the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) preparations for Chandrayaan-2, which is being sent towards Chandra and ISRO on 2/19/2015 at night The rocket of GSLV Mark 3 will fly. It is the most capable rocket in ISRO, which is also being named as the Bahubali Rocket in the media. It has the capacity to carry satellites up to four tons capacity. This rocket is also capable of flying in the rain.
It is the first mission of ISRO to land on this celestial body and it is being launched in the sequel of Chandrayaan-1, launched in 2008. According to ISRO, the purpose of this campaign is to make a detailed study to understand the origins and gradual development of the Moon.
According to the information given by ISRO, the orbiter, lander, and rover will depart from the three modules of the moon mission – orbiter, lander (Vikram) and rover (Pragyan) – have been prepared for launch and the launch of the moon at the beginning of September The surface is expected to touch. Lander’s moon’s southern polar surface is expected to land on September 6. No country has reached this part of the moon so far.
According to information received from ISRO, the total cost of the Chandrayaan-2 mission was Rs. 1000 crores. After Chandrayaan 2, India is also preparing for the ‘Gaganayan’ project for the space program. Under this, the first unmanned mission can be carried out by December 2020. Currently, it is being worked on.