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Chandrayaan-2 circled the moon for the whole year, know what has been achieved till now

Chandrayaan-2 of New Delhi India has been more than a year staring at the moon. His health is well and seven years of fuel is present in him. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) says that the orbiter has so far clocked more than 4,400. All his instruments are well maintained and working properly. That is, the health of the spraycraft is good and it will last for another 7 years. ISRO said that Chandrayaan-2’s orbiter is placed within 100 +/- 25 km radius of the lunar polar orbit.

Till date 17 times maintenance maneuvers
The Chandrayaan-2 rover launched on 22 July 2019 could not have a soft landing on the moon. But the orbiter accompanying him was successfully placed in the moon’s orbit. According to ISRO, periodic orbit maintenance maneuvers have been performed 17 times since the orbiter. The Chandrayaan-2 mission was India’s first attempt to make a soft landing at the South Pole where no spacecraft has gone so far. But Lander Vikram did not succeed in this. He lost contact. He was later found by an Indian student.

ISRO will publish the data collected by the orbiter from the longevity of the orbiter after peer review. Chandrayaan-2 orbiter has sent good data. It has high-resolution cameras that help study the surface of the moon and the external environment. Due to the long life of the orbiter, India will remain continuously in the race of presence on the moon. ISRO launched this spacecraft to get geographical information about the moon.

Pictures of the surface sent by the orbiter
Orbiter High-Resolution Camera (OHRC) has taken pictures of the lunar surface. These photos, taken from an altitude of 100 kilometers above the lunar surface, are from the Bogislawski E crater located in and around the southern polar region of the moon. It has a diameter of 14 kilometers and a depth of three kilometers. ISRO said that large stones and small pits are seen on the moon in the photos.

Chandrayaan-2 mission was 98% successful.
ISRO Chief said last year that this mission was 98% successful. He said, “The project has been developed in two parts – Science and Technology Demonstration. We have achieved full success in science objectives, while the percentage of success in technology demonstration is almost complete. So the project is 98 percent successful Can be told. “

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