It is reported that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be coming to Saturn Dhawan Space Center (SHAR) in Nellore district on July 15 to reject the ISRO’s Chandrayaan-2 launch. Along with him, Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy and Governor Narasimhan will also attend. In the past, the Prime Minister came to know about the Mangalyan launch. Alien launch .. He will come to himself as the country is ambitious.
A white rocket launcher standing high above the sky Chandrayaan 2 is an Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launch to the Moon in July 2019 a rocket that spins out of it and flies into space .. We see this scene many times on TV. But ISRO offers the opportunity to see it live. ISRO has given us the golden opportunity to witness the ambitious Chandrayaan-2 experiment, rather than a plain experiment. ISRO will be giving tens of thousands of people a chance to see Chandrayaan-2 live on the 15th of this month at 2:51 pm. Applying for ISRO website is now available on Thursday (Thursday). Applicants are allowed online.
Arrangements have been made in connection with India’s ambitious Chandrayaan-2 experiment aimed at detecting the moon’s origins. The GSLV Mark3-M1 rocket has been completed in two phases at the Vehicle Assembly Building in Sharr. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has postponed the launch of the Chandrayaan-2 probe since 2008 and decided to conduct it on July 15. It is also known that the orbiter’s mission to Sriharikota from Bengaluru was reached in connection with the experiment. The second Lunar Science Meet with 60 scientists was held at Bangalore’s space station headquarters on Tuesday. At the meeting, the US space agency said it was preparing to send NASA 8 orbit payloads, three lander payloads, and two rover payloads.
This means that on the 13th and 14th of this month, Chandranyaan-2 conducted a Science Meet at ISRO Headquarters. The second edition of the Lunar ScienceMeet was attended by about 60 scientists from various research institutions, universities, colleges, ISRO centers, and laboratories. They have also discussed the four payloads to be sent in Chandrayaan-2. It includes data analysis of orbiter payloads such as infrared spectrometer, synthetic aperture radar, X-ray spectrometer, and mass spectrometer. The meeting was attended by about 60 scientists including former ISRO chairman AS Kiran Kumar.
Prior to the launch, it was reported that a meeting with about 1500 people in the field of science and technology is possible. ISRO sources are also preparing to launch a second vehicle assembly building, built by the Prime Minister, at a cost of Rs 500 crore. ISRO is working on launching a second Web with Prime Minister orders to launch the experiment before 2022.