ISRO’s Chandrayaan 3 is to be launching, its new moon mission, in July. Additionally, they are also launching the Aditya L1 mission this year. In 2023, ISRO has two exciting missions planned – Chandrayaan 3 and Aditya L1. These missions will be a big achievement for India’s space research. India’s space research organization, ISRO, is making big strides with two upcoming missions: Chandrayaan 3 and Aditya L1. Both will be launched in July 2023.
ISRO is planning to launch Chandrayaan 3, which is their third mission to the moon. They will send a spacecraft to orbit the moon for space research. Aditya L1 will be India’s first space mission to the sun.
Flashback of the past Attempts:
Indian Space Research Organization’s first moon mission, Chandrayaan 1, was launched in 2008 and entered the moon’s orbit. In 2019, Chandrayaan 2 was sent to the moon, but unfortunately, its lander crashed because of a problem with the software.
What is ISRO’s Chandrayaan 3?
Like its predecessor “Chandrayaan 2”, Chandrayaan 3 has a lander and rover. The lander will gently land on the moon’s surface and analyze its chemicals. In the first week of July, the mission is expected to launch. The lander will gently land on the moon’s surface and analyze its chemicals. In the first week of July, the mission is expected to launch.
What is Aditya L1?
Aditya L1 is a significant mission for Indian Space Research Organization because it’s India’s first mission to the sun. ISRO is planning to launch a new spacecraft called Aditya L1. This spacecraft will study the solar atmosphere and it’s the first mission of its kind. It’s scheduled to launch in July 2023, right after ISRO’s Chandrayaan 3.
What is the purpose of Aditya’s L1 mission?
The Aditya L1 mission wants to put a spacecraft in a special orbit between the Earth and the Sun. From there, it can study the Sun’s atmosphere and magnetic storms, and how they affect our planet.
What is the budget of ISRO’s Chandryaan 3 and Aditya L1?
ISRO reports that the Aditya L1 mission’s budget is about Rs 378 crore, and the budget for the ISRO’s Chandrayaan 3 mission to the moon is about Rs 615 crore.