Chandrayaan-3: Second bid to land on Moon by November 2020
BENGALURU: The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro), which failed to land a probe on Moon in its first attempt in September 2019 (Chandrayaan-2), has begun work on Chandrayaan-3 with a deadline of November 2020, sources said.
Isro has formed multiple committees — an overall panel and three sub-committees — and held at least four high-level meetings since October. The new mission will include only a lander and rover, as the Chandrayaan-2 orbiter is functioning well. On Tuesday, the overview committee met with the agenda of reviewing the configuration of Chandrayaan-3. It also looked into the recommendations of various sub-committees on propulsion, sensors, overall engineering, navigation and guidance.
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Babu Gupta • 11 hours ago
Courageous step by ISRO. Failuer is the mother of success. Modi was instrumental in encouraging ISRO staff. Good luck.
Whadafa • Here • 11 hours ago
Best wishes ISRO and all my country sisters and brothers.
sureshachar• Bangalore • 7 hours ago
this time modi should not visit during launch
Asish Atmakuri• 36 mins ago
Why he shouldn''t visit? He also visited when mangalyaan entered mars orbit. But I must say that isro shouldn''t live telecast landing this time. It should be kept a low affair until it becomes successful.
Florence Khape • 11 hours ago
Thats some good news
som khanna • 10 hours ago
True scientist accept the challenges and do not get disheartened some failures. Go ahead ISRO . We Indians are with you.
Dev • australia • 6 hours ago
what about the challenges of making cities and towns beautiful ? it is also a mission. making the cities beautiful will also have wide economic benefit. At the moment , many tourists do not touch down in india for transit or otherwise, just because it is not an attractive destination ..and that means $$$$ lost
Ramu Shukla • 11 hours ago
ISRO Scientists and Engineers.... we are proud of you... go for it.... we have full faith in you.... Jai Hind....
Db Huf • 9 hours ago
Best of luck, ISRO. The country will pray for its sucess. Failures are just beginnings to sucess.
Ashish Banerjee • 7 hours ago
Do it ISRO, all the best.
Mkb • 6 hours ago
Its very earlier than expected, which indicates how committed and serious ISRO is for another milestone, last one was not a failure
Terry Willson • Mackay • 5 hours ago
It was hardly a success either. Successful people have more failures than anyone else because they go the extra mile.
Choni • 8 hours ago
This time we shall achieve it !
Maharashtrian • Mumbai • 8 hours ago
Why wasting our countrymen Tax Money like this Modiji?
Aditya Bhatia• 4 hours ago
what an idiot u r bro
Rohan Samal• 5 hours ago
It''s not wasting. ISRO is nearly one of the best performing agencies and is commercially feasible in the long run.
Landing on the moon showcases India''s arrival on the world stage. It''s not in vain, things like this are often inspite, not despite
modi cow • moon • 7 hours ago
ISRO would have a better chance of success by sending an Indian cow up there. If cows can jump over the fence, they sure can jump and land on the Moon. MODI
Quhesobi • 8 hours ago
We should think big. Let''s send Feku to the moon and leave him there
Rajendra Malik • Delhi, India • 6 hours ago
First of all find solution of air pollution in Delhi ncr where million of children are living in dangerous state.
Tara • New Delhi • 6 hours ago
Man learn from mistakes and ultimately success prevail. ISRO can do better than this.
Only Modi ji should avoid reaching there at the time of launch.
Jainti Patel• 7 hours ago
This should not be a priority. Feeding the hungry and pollution should be priority Number 1.
PAK SOLID • 8 hours ago
Good luck India, I mean it. from Pakistan your lovely neighbor :)