Chandrayaan 3 Pragyan found something incredible: new updates

As we all know, with the successful landing of Chandrayaan, our country’s ISRO has created a new title and India has left many countries behind. But now it comes to the point that what is Pragyan rover doing on the moon?

immediately after the soft touchdown on the moon’s surface and is designed to function for a period of one lunar day, which is equivalent to about 14 Earth days. This timeframe is determined by the availability of solar power to recharge the rover’s batteries so it can be able to do proper research on the moon.

The extreme temperature variations on the moon can certainly pose challenges for Pragyan’s operations. During the lunar day, temperatures can rise up to around 127 °C, while during the lunar night, temperatures can drop to as low as -173 °C.

To overcome these temperature challenges, Pragyan is equipped with thermal control mechanisms and insulation materials to protect its critical components. The rover’s electronics are designed to withstand these extreme temperatures and continue functioning throughout its operational period.

It is worth noting that Pragyan has been engineered to operate autonomously, carrying out scientific experiments and collecting valuable data during its time on the moon. This includes analysing soil samples, the environment, and mapping the lunar surface and studying the moon’s composition and area-related information.

Overall, while Pragyan’s mission duration is limited by its power source and the harsh lunar environment, ISRO has ensured that it is equipped to perform optimally within these constraints. The data and insights gathered by Pragyan will contribute significantly to our understanding of the moon and pave the way for future space exploration endeavours.

Pragyan will start working again as soon as there is a favourable environment.

Now let’s talk about Pragyan’s new updates and information.

 Pragyan started his journey as soon as he landed on the moon and in the meantime sent some special pictures.

 Pragyan Rover has installed a laser, with the help of this the moon’s stone and soil have been melted, which can confirm the gases and their composition coming out of the soil, the type of soil, the texture of the soil as well as the mineral, composition and other things there.  This would prove to be a great discovery that would decide the future of the Moon.

 Some important questions related to Pragyan Rover and Vikram 

 Q. How much distance Pragyan Rover can analyse from Lander Vikram?

 Ans.  Pragyan Rover can go up to 500 metres from its lander Vikram and it will detect everything by staying in this radius.

 Q. What is the speed of Pragyan Rover?

 Ans.  Its speed on the moon is 1 centimetre per second 

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