The first information collected by Chandrayaan 2 has been released; ISRO says goal can be achieved

IISRO on Thursday released the first data collected by India’s second lunar mission, Chandrayaan 2. ISRO stated that all experiments were going well and the ability to achieve the goal was clear.

Chandrayaan-2, launched from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh on July 22, 2019, orbited the moon on 2 September. Chandrayaan-2 is conducting eight experiments to find answers to many questions about the Moon.

The leaked information is stored at the Indian Space Science Data Center (ISSDC) in Bayalu near Bangalore. The Indian Space Science Data Center is the nodal center for ISRO’s planetary studies data collection.

This information is now publicly available to the global scientific community. This information is available on the PRSAN portal of ISSDC.

ISRO’s mission was to launch a spacecraft on the moon to collect information. But the lantern failed to land safely. But the orbiter, which is part of Chandrayaan II, is still active. Now information is being obtained from it.

Content Highlights: First set of data released by ISRO Chandrayaan 2

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