Interesting Facts about Chandrayaan-3 

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Interesting Facts about Chandrayaan-3 

ISRO attains success in India’s third lunar mission known as the Chandrayaan-3. This mission has made India the only leading country in the world to land on the south pole of the moon. Scientists believe that the unexplored south pole region of the moon is full of darkness and it might possess some unique characteristics. The space scientists also wanted to prove their hypothesis about the ancient pockets of ice water on the south pole of the moon which may prove helpful for the future. Read this blog to learn more interesting facts about Chandrayaan-3!

Also Read: Time Taken by Chandrayaan-3 to Reach The Moon

5 Interesting Facts about Chandrayaan-3

Following are some facts about Chandrayaan-3:

  • Chandrayaan-3 weighs around 3,900 kg. The weight of the Propulsion Module is 2,148 kg, and the Lander module weighs 1,752 kg which also includes the rover weight of 26 kg.
  • The budget of Chandrayaan-3 is 615 crore which is less than the Chandrayaan-2 and is also less than Russia’s failed Luna Mission-2.
  • Chandrayaan-3 landed on the lunar south pole of the moon making India the first country to land on the unexplored regions of the moon.
  • The Vikram (Lander) and Pragyan (Rover) will conduct a 14-day in-situ experiment on the moon’s surface.
  • Lander and Rover will not return after 14 lunar days. 

The Chandrayaan mission has always been a hot topic for debates and discussions across the globe. Whether it’s about the launch date of Chandrayaan-3, its budget, its landing, or its outcome, people are keen to know interesting facts about Chandrayaan-3. We hope this blog has provided you with some amazingly interesting facts about Chandrayaan-3. If you want to read more such informative trending blogs, then stay connected with Leverage Edu.

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