What is your opinion as India's successful Chandrayan-3 mission could cement India’s status as a global superpower in space?




Arviend Vaghelaa

The success of India's Chandrayaan-3 mission has the potential to enhance India's reputation in the global space community and demonstrate its technological capabilities. However, while such achievements contribute to India's space endeavors, the concept of a "global superpower" involves various factors beyond space exploration. Economic strength, geopolitical influence, technological advancements, and other areas collectively determine a nation's global status.




Congratulations ISRO,Inspite of The so-called Brain Drain,Inspite of the oft repeated proclamation The BEST has left INDIA,

Hats off to our Indian Scientists







I believe that the successful landing of Chandrayaan-3 on the lunar south pole is a major milestone for India's space program and could indeed cement its status as a global superpower in space.

India is now the fourth country to successfully land a spacecraft on the moon, and the first to do so in the south pole region. This is a significant achievement, as the south pole is a region that is relatively unexplored and is thought to be rich in water ice.

The success of Chandrayaan-3 also demonstrates India's growing capabilities in space technology and engineering. The mission was a complex undertaking, and its success is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the scientists and engineers at the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).

The successful landing of Chandrayaan-3 is a major boost for India's space program and will help to raise its international profile. It also shows that India is a serious contender in the global space race.

In the coming years, India is likely to undertake even more ambitious space missions. It has already announced plans to send a manned mission to the moon by 2029. If India is successful in achieving this goal, it will further solidify its position as a global superpower in space.








7.9 Million people were on live telecast for the CHANDARAYAN 3. it was a proud moment for all of us.

It makes India First country to do so and thus making us top of world in space agencies.

From carrying rockets on bicycle to this day is a great achievement for ISRO.





Hitesh Mohan

Due to the soft landing of lander module on the Lunar South Pole, India has become the first Nation in the world to do so & India achieved a feat that was not possible for countries like Japan, Australia, South Korea, Israel etc..

Establishing communication with the distant space objects and ensuring that all it’s components work properly is a big challenge and India has done it with very ease. Due to the success of Chandrayaan-3, India will get space projects related to other countries & generate revenue for the country which can further be used for Nation’s development.

Around the world since 2013, 1791 space companies recieved investments of Rs 25 lakh crore and by the year 2024 it is estimated that the global space economy will raise to Rs 45 Lakh crore, the economy of space sector has grown by 91% in the last decade, if India is able to attract at least 15 to 20% of the global space projects then India will be able to recieve a revenue of around 9 to 10 lakh crores through the space missions alone. Obviously, the money earned from these projects can be used for the development of the Nation.





Arunoday Bajpai


India is now a "space superpower". How do you feel about it?

India’s space programme is five decade old and it has many new heights during this period. India has successfully perfected her satellite and launch vehicle technology and put the same for civilian and non-civilian use. India’s missile programme (Agni, Prithvi Akash etc) is in fact the product of Indian’s space programme.



India successfully launched her lunar mission Chandrayan in 2008 and Marsh mission in 2017. Now, with demonstration of anti-Satellite technology India has entered a new era of space technology, mastered by three other countries-The US, Russia and China. This has implications for develo anti-missile technology to boost India’s defence. Anti-missile technology will make India stand before China. By this technology the incoming missiles of an enemy state can be intercepted and destroyed on the way.


But, we cannot say that India has become s Space Super power because both the US and Russia are much advanced in the field of anti-missile technology. Also India has yet to perfect her technology to manufacture and launch reusable Space stations as the US has done earlier. Even anti-satellite technology at the demonstration stage and much work has to be done to bring it at the level of field. Thus, though India is not a space superpower, yet it is one of the leading space powers of the world.



Arun Verma

What will India benefit from the Chandrayaan-3 mission?

In present time India will earn image and laurels that Indian Science is no behind than Developed Nations.

But in coming time if any rare metal or other minerals are detected on Moon’s Surface then India will definitely will have a share of it.







What is your opinion on India-U.S. space cooperation?

India and the United States have engaged in space cooperation over the years, which has been beneficial for both countries. Here are some key points about India-U.S. space cooperation:



1.Satellite Launches: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has launched numerous satellites for both domestic and international customers. The United States has been one of the countries utilizing ISRO's launch services, demonstrating collaboration in the field of space exploration and technology.

1. 卫星发射:印度太空研究组织ISRO已经为印度和国际客户发射了许多卫星。美国也是ISRO的客户国家之一,两国在太空探索和技术领域进行了合作。

2. Commercial Space Partnerships: There have been collaborations between Indian and U.S. companies in the commercial space sector. For instance, Indian private space companies have partnered with U.S. counterparts for joint projects and technology exchange. These partnerships have contributed to the growth of the commercial space industry in both countries.

2. 商业太空伙伴关系:印度和美国公司在商业太空领域进行了合作。例如,印度私营航天公司已经与美国同行合作开展联合项目和技术交流。这种伙伴关系促进了两国商业航天工业的发展。

3. Mars Mission Collaboration: In 2014, ISRO successfully launched the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM), also known as Mangalyaan, which made India the first Asian country to reach Mars. During this mission, NASA provided support through deep space communication and tracking facilities, showcasing cooperation between the two nations in space exploration.

3. 火星任务合作:2014年,ISRO成功发射了火星轨道飞行器任务,也被称为“火星探测器”,这使得印度成为第一个登陆火星的亚洲国家。在这次任务中,美国宇航局通过深空通信和跟踪设施提供了支持,体现了两国在太空探索方面的合作。

4. Earth Observation and Climate Studies: India and the United States have collaborated in areas such as earth observation, climate studies, and weather forecasting. Data sharing and joint research initiatives in these fields have enhanced scientific understanding and contributed to global efforts in monitoring and managing climate-related challenges.

4. 地球观测和气候研究:印度和美国在地球观测、气候研究和天气预报等多个领域都进行了合作。这些领域的数据共享和联合研究增进了科学了解,为监测和管理气候等难题的全球努力作出了贡献。

5. Space Policy and Regulatory Framework: India and the United States have engaged in discussions and consultations on space policy and regulatory frameworks. Sharing best practices and experiences can help both countries shape their respective policies, promote space exploration, and ensure safe and responsible space activities.

5. 太空政策和监管框架:印度和美国就太空政策和监管框架进行了讨论和磋商。实践和经验的分享有助于两国制定各自的政策,促进太空探索,确保安全和负责任的太空活动。

Overall, India-U.S. space cooperation has encompassed various aspects, including satellite launches, commercial partnerships, joint missions, and policy discussions. These collaborations have fostered technological advancements, scientific knowledge sharing, and mutual benefits in the field of space exploration and research.



Ishan Singh


Will Indians become more powerful in technology with Chandrayaan 2?

The presence of the mission itself proves that we are becoming more technologically advanced.

Advance enough to send an object to moon and perform delicate manuvers in the lunar orbit and land a rover on the lunar surface.

Even if the findings on the moon don't necessarily contribute to our technological advancement, the mission's success would provide an incentive for the government to better fund the agency and the institution would be supported and praised by every Indian which would provide a moral and economical boost and make the development of technology easier.






Dev Kumar

What is the primary aim of the mission Chandrayan 3?

its 3rd mission to the Moon. But this time things are quite different.

Chandrayaan, in Sanskrit, means "Moon Craft". India launched its first mission to the Moon in 2008. It comprised only an orbiter.

Chandrayaan-1 was a huge success. It became the first mission to discover signs of hydration on the Moon.





Then, in 2019, India launched the Chandrayaan-2 mission. This time, there was an orbiter, a lander and a rover.But the mission was partially successful as ISRO lost contact with the lander moments before touchdown.

While the orbiter continued to send back data, the lander crashed on the Moon. It was a significant setback for the space program of the nation.



But with Chandrayaan-3, India is aiming for the South Pole again. It's going to be challenging because the lunar South Pole has the toughest terrain and also very low temperatures.

It will comprise a lander and a rover along with the propulsion module. The orbiter of Chandrayaan-2 will be used to attempt soft landing of the lander.




Priyanka Sharma

What are the key findings of India's Chandrayan mission?

Chandrayan-1 was launched by India in October, 2009 using PSLV-C11. The primary objective of the mission was to prepare a three-dimensional atlas of both near and far side of the moon and chemical, mineralogical and photo-geological map of moon.

It had made almost 3400 orbits around the moon before it lost contact with Earth in 2009. Chandrayaan-1 had payloads from India namely:

Terrain Map Camera (TMC)

Hyper Spectral Imager (HySI)

Lunar Laser Ranging Instrument (LLRI)

High Energy X-Ray Spectrometer (HEX) Moon Impact Probe (MIP).









Key Findings of Chandrayan 1 include:

Detection of Water – Major finding was the detection of Water (H2O) and Hydroxyl (OH) on the surface of the moon. The data revealed its presence in abundance around the polar region.

Magma Ocean Hypothesis – It confirmed the Ocean Magma Hypothesis i.e. the moon was once completely in molten state using HySi and TMC.

Evidences of landing site of Apollo 15 and 17 – TMC found the anomalies in Lunar surface about the landing of USA’s Apollo-15 and 17.

New Spinel-rich Rock – Data from TMC, HySI, M3 and SIR2 have led to detection of new spinel-rich rock type on lunar far-side.

X-Ray signals detected– C1XS have detected x-ray signals during weak solar flares thus indicating presence of magnesium, aluminium, silicon and calcium on lunar surface.







Recent Findings

Recently, scientists from Brown University, USA have created the first map of water trapped in the uppermost layer of Moon’s soil using the data captured by instrument on Chandrayan-1.

Scientists have stated that the water thus detected by the Chandrayan-1 lunar mission mostly concentrated around the polar region is present everywhere and not just polar region.

It was also found that the concentration of water changes over the course of Lunar Day at latitudes lower than 60 degrees i.e. wetter in morning and evening and dry during lunar noon with fluctuations up-to 200ppm.

ISRO is planning to launch a fully indigenous Chandrayan-2 in October this year. This would include an orbiter, lander and a rover.







Jackie Chan

Do Americans fear India due to India's successful space mission?

There is no fear.

The US government sees India as a pawn to contain China. The average US citizen sees India as a giant call center. I bet not a lot of average US citizens even know where India is (just a feeling after seeing Jimmy Kimmel’s “pop quiz”). Or they think Indians only run casinos on tribal lands (yup, wrong “Indians”). And probably even less even know that India has a lean but effective space program.




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