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Viral Video: Chandrayaan-3 Lift-Off Video Captured From A Plane

Chandrayaan 3 Lift Off From Plane
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Chandrayaan-3, India’s third moon mission, was successfully launched at 2.35 p.m. on Friday on a Launch Vehicle Mark-3 (LVM-3) rocket from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota. The major accomplishment has brought plaudits from all across the world, making every Indian proud. To learn how the Chandrayaan-3 liftoff video became popular, keep reading. Happy Reading!

 

The Momentous Launch

Millions of ecstatic onlookers applauded the rocket’s ascension throughout the historic launch. Social media was flooded with videos of the launch as people watched the countdown and departure on their phones and televisions. The liftoff was also captured on camera from the window of a flight from Chennai to Dhaka.

 

Chandrayaan-3: Viral Video

Dr. P. V. Venkitakrishnan, Director (Retired), ISRO Materials, and Rocket Manufacturing Expert, posted the video on Twitter.

The video’s caption said, “Launch of Chandrayan 3 from Flight.” Sometime after takeoff from the Chennai to Dhaka flight, the pilot announced, Watch this historic event.” Have a look at the viral video:

The video has accumulated tens of thousands of views and many likes since it was posted, and the passenger’s photography skills have astounded many internet users.

 

About Chandrayaan-3

Chandrayaan-3 Launch Date
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Chandrayaan-3 is scheduled to touchdown on the Moon on August 23 after traveling to the Moon for an estimated month. It will run for one lunar day after arrival, which is equivalent to 14 days on Earth. 14 days on Earth are equal to one day on the Moon.

Chandrayaan-3, India’s third lunar exploration mission, will make India the fourth nation after the United States, China, and Russia to land a spacecraft on the Moon’s surface and show off the nation’s prowess for a secure and gentle landing.

The Chandrayaan-2 mission encountered difficulties during its soft landing on the lunar surface in 2019 and was ultimately determined to have failed its primary mission goals. Chandrayaan-3 is the ISRO’s follow-up effort.

After the orbit-raising activities, Chandrayaan-3 will be put into the lunar transfer trajectory. It will arrive on the Moon in the upcoming weeks after traveling more than 300,000 km. We shall learn more about the Moon’s surface thanks to scientific equipment. The lander, rover, and propulsion module are all in working order in Chandrayaan-3. It is around 3,900 kilograms heavy.

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