Chandrayaan-3 Updates: In what condition is Chandrayaan-3 at present? Everyone wants to know the answer to this question. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is constantly giving information about this. According to the latest information, scientists have successfully completed the fifth exercise of lifting ‘Chandrayaan-3’ into the Moon’s orbit on Tuesday. This work was done from ISRO Telemetry, Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC) in Bengaluru.
According to the information given by ISRO, the vehicle is expected to reach an orbit of 127609 km X 236 km. Let us tell you that on July 14, Chandrayaan-3 flew to the surface of the Moon. ISRO said that the next process of raising Chandrayaan in orbit ‘Translunar Injection (TLI)’ will be done on August 1, 2023 between 12 midnight and 1 am.
It may be noted that earlier on July 20, the orbit was 71351 Km x 233 Km. Now the spacecraft will leave the Earth’s orbit and move towards the Moon through the midnight sling shot of 31 July and 1 August and will reach the Moon’s orbit on 5 August. On August 23, it can be seen landing on the moon.
A look at the journey of Chandrayaan-3 so far
On July 14, the work of releasing Chandrayaan-3 into an orbit of 170 km x 36500 km was done by ISRO.
For the first time on July 15, the orbit was increased to 41762 km x 173 km.
On July 17, the orbit was increased for the second time to 41603 km x 226 km.
On July 18, the orbit was increased for the third time to 51400 km x 228 km.
On July 20, the orbit was increased for the fourth time to 71351 x 233 Km.
On July 25, the orbit was increased to 127609 km x 236 km for the fifth time.
According to the information, the midnight of July 31 and August 1 will leave the Earth’s orbit and move towards the Moon.