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Chandrayaan-3: The Sun will set on the south pole of the Moon.

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Chandrayaan-3: The Sun will set on the south pole of the Moon. After that, on,w  i t will be night here. Even before this, Chandrayaan-3’s lander Vikram and rover Pragyan slept two days before their scheduled time.

   Why did Rover and Lander sleep for 12 days?

   There will be dawn on the south pole of the Moon on September 22.

   Chandrayaan-3 can start work again after sunrise

   Chandrayaan-3: India has made many records in the space sector in the last one and a half months. The success of Chandrayaan-3 and Aditya-L1 has made these records in the name of India. The launch of Chandrayaan-3 for the lunar mission in July and its successful landing on the Moon’s South Pole in August, followed by the successful launch of the Sun mission Aditya-L1 in early September itself, is a matter of pride for us. Country. , Every Indian’s chest has swelled with pride at the congratulations being received from all over the world on India’s success.

   But after Chandrayaan-3’s lander Vikram and rover Pragyan fell asleep, people wondered why the lander and rover fell asleep only after 12 days. During these 12 days rover Pragyan made many important discoveries on the lunar surface. Which is going to be very important for humanity in the coming times. But Chandrayaan-3, which was sent for 14 days, fell asleep in 12 days and now people are speculating what the lander and rover will do next.

This is the latest update  ISRO

   According to ISRO, all the work of Pragyan Rover has been completed and now it is parked at a safe place. They are put into sleep mode. The APXS and LIBS payloads on it are also obsolete. Apart from this, the data present in both these payloads is sent by Vikram Lander to ISRO stationed on Earth. ISRO claims that the batteries of Vikram Lander and Pragyan Rover are fully charged. Now the next sunrise on the Moon will be on 22 September 2023. Meanwhile, the solar panel will not get the sun’s rays. But ISRO has kept the receiver on so that the lander and rover can resume operations as soon as the sun rises over the Moon’s south pole. If not, he will be present on the south pole of the Moon and will always represent India.

   Why did the lander and rover fall asleep in just 12 days?

   Please tell us that India’s Chandrayaan-3 was launched on 14 July. This was followed by a soft landing on the south pole of the Moon on 23 August. Where the mission of any country has not reached yet. Yesterday i.e. on Sunday 3 September, he was kept in sleep mode. Project Chief of Chandrayaan-3 P. Veeramuthuval said in an interview that on August 22, the sun rose over the moon. At the end of the second day, Chandrayaan-3 was landed here. In such a situation, without taking any risk, we put it in sleep mode from Sunday itself.

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