Will Chandrayaan-3’s lander and rover wake up? ISRO will try to re-establish communication when the Sun rises again on the Moon.


Updated: September 21, 2023 6:48 pm

Will Chandrayaan-3's lander and rover wake up?  ISRO will try to re-establish communication when the Sun rises again on the Moon.

Bengaluru, September 21 (Language) As dawn breaks on the Moon, ISRO is now trying to re-establish communication with its lunar mission Chandrayaan-3’s solar-powered lander Vikram and rover Pragyan, so that they can continue scientific work. Can. Use.

Both the lander and the rover were put into sleep mode earlier this month, on September 4 and 2 respectively, before lunar night began on Earth’s only natural satellite. Therefore, if ISRO is able to revive them again as soon as the Sun rises on the Moon, the information gained from the experiments that can be conducted once again by the Chandrayaan-3 payload will be a “bonus”.

With sunlight returning to the moon’s south polar region, where both the lander and rover are located, and their solar panels expected to be optimally charged soon, ISRO is now planning to re-establish contact with them, check their health. Is ready to do and make efforts to establish contact with them. Ability to resume operations, and try to revive them.


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