Chandrayaan-2 Launching: The next 48 days for mission, 100 scientists handle the command

Chandrayaan-2 is now in the control of Istrac. This centre of ISRO will now provide tracking support to Chandrayaan-2 through the help of Ground Network stations located in Bangalore, Lucknow, Mauritius, Sri Harikota, Port Blair, Thiruvananthapuram, Brunei, Bij (Indonesia) and Deep Space Network stations.



After successfully launching Chandrayaan-2 and entering the orbit of its space, the scientists of ISRO at Harikota sat back on their chairs, but now the days of extremely stressful days of this mission have begun. To further the mission, about 100 scientists and engineers of ISRO Telemetry, Trekking and Command (Istrac) in Bangalore have managed their positions and, from day to night on the surface of Chandrayaan-2, from Landing to collecting data, Keep watch.



Chandrayaan-2 is now in the control of Istrac. This centre of ISRO will now provide tracking support to Chandrayaan-2 through the help of Ground Network stations located in Bangalore, Lucknow, Mauritius, Sri Harikota, Port Blair, Thiruvananthapuram, Brunei, Bij (Indonesia) and Deep Space Network stations. A scientist from Istrac said, "We will maintain such eyes for the next 62 days (about 48 days to reach the moon and 14 days after Rover Pragyan's landing on the moon surface)."



Another scientist said, "Chandrayaan-2 will be given the command to reach the moon and it will be guided. Since our presence is not everywhere, America's ground stations will help us. ' He said, 'Istrac has control of Chandrayaan-II. Chandrayaan-2 will continue to improve its course through sensors in the vehicle and it will run in the direction of the sun. We have started Star Sensor in the Yan.

Another scientist said that during the campaign, he will continue to get the energy through the solar panels on the vehicle. Solar energy is important for travelling to Chandrayaan-2. Through another sensor, the direction of the vehicle will continue. He said, "Without a direction, the vehicle will not be able to know where it is going. This sensor is installed in the satellite and the same tells the vehicle which direction it is to go in.



Istrac will later give the command to change the orbit of the space. After this, the team will signal Chandrayaan-2 to trans-lunar injections and put the vehicle on the path of the moon. The scientist said, 'From here we will take the yan closer to the moon and put it in the orbit of the moon.'

Please tell us that if there was no technological obstacle during the first launch of Chandrayaan-2 on July 15, it would reach the orbit of Moon in 22 days and it would reach 28 days in the moon. Under the revised program, no changes have been made in the module and it will be kept in space 100km x 100km for 13 days.



The orbiter, in which the lander and the rover are placed, will be separated from the rover near the moon. Lander Vikram will land on the moon surface on the 48th day after 4 days of separation. After 4 hours of landing, Rover Pragyan will step out of the lander. After coming out of Pragyan, the mission's first objective will be fulfilled. But scientists at Istrac will have to work with Rover Pragyan for the next 14 days because it will remain a lunar day (equivalent to 14 days of the earth) on the moon's surface. One scientist said, 'Pragyan needs to be guided all the time. We have to see how the planets will fly on the surface of the moon, how the system performs at that time. '








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