The Chandrayaan-2 Lunar mission is the second lunar mission of India Space Research Organization and India is now the first Country who launched the Chandrayaan-2 mission to the lunar south pole region. It will take time at least two month to soft land with robotic rover on the lunar surface.
Dekhlo Important facts about The Indian Lunar Mission Chandrayaan-2
Chandrayaan-2 Successfully launched on Monday 22 July 2019 from Sriharikota of Andhra Pradesh India.
Weight of Chandrayaan-2 is around 3.8 Tones and it consists of Lander and Robotic Rover.
Chandrayaan-2 will use the Pragyan robotic rover and Vikram lander to attempt a soft landing for the mission.
The Lander name of Chandrayaan-2 mission ” Vikram” Which is named after Vikram Sarabhai who know as the father of the Indian Space Programme.
The Mission Robotic Rover name is “Pragyan“ it means wisdom
The launch of Chandrayaan-2 was scheduled for 14th July 2019 but due to some technical issue the launch was postponed.
The Mission Chandrayaan-2 Cost near about ₹978 Crore (approximately US$141 million).
The Rover Pragyaan of the mission Chandrayaan-2 will operate on solar power.
India is the first Country who launched the Chandrayaan-2 mission on the south pole of lunar.
The main objective of mission Chandrayaan-2 is for search of abundance of lunar water on the South Pole area.