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ISRO Chandrayaan-3 and More Incredible Missions 2023

ISRO, The Indian Space Research Organization was formed on 15th August 1969, Dr. Vikram Ambalal Sarabhai was the founder of ISRO and initially operated it by the name of the National Space Agency of India.

ISRO’s Journey from Aryabhatta to Chandrayaan-3 and Aditya L1.

The primary mission of The Indian Space Research Organization is to conduct space research, exploration space, and space program development activities for India, all these programs and research are performed under the Department of Space, The Prime minister of India supervises DOS.

ISRO Rocket Launching Station Shriharikota

ISRO has successfully launched several space missions and space technological advancements have significant contributions history to space science and technology across the globe.

Chandrayaan-3 was launched under the supervision of the recent chairman Mr. S. Somnath.

Satish Dhawan Space Centre is one of the launch centers in India, Satish Dhawan Space Center is also known as Sriharikota, located in Tirupati district in Andhra Pradesh, this is a barrier island, off the Bay of Bengal.

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  1. What is ISRO?

    ISRO upcoming mission and projects

    ISRO, The Indian Space Research Organization was formed on 15th August 1969, Dr. Vikram Ambalal Sarabhai was the founder of ISRO and initially operated it by the name of the National Space Agency of India.

  2. Who Invented ISRO

    Dr. Vikram Ambalal S arabhai was the founder of ISRO and initially operated it under the name of the National Space Agency of India.

  3. What is the full form of ISRO

    The Indian Space Research Organization

  4. Who is the Present Chairman of ISRO?

    Sreedhara Panicker Somanath, also known as S. Somanath, is the present chairman of ISRO, he is also an Indian aerospace engineer.

  5. Who was the first Chairman of ISRO?

    Vikram Ambalal Sarabhai is also known as the first chairman of the Indian Space Research Organization.

  6. ISRO was established in which year?

    ISRO was established on August 15, 1969.

  7. How many satellites are launched by ISRO?

    ISRO Rocket launching view for Chandrayaan 3 and Aditya L1

    As of now, ISRO has successfully launched around 150 satellites, for different missions. This number includes both Indian and foreign satellites, ISRO’s greatest achievement was noted on 15 February 2017 when ISRO launched a record 104 satellites in a single launch with the PSLV-XL rocket.
    This day proved ISRO’s capabilities in space technology and satellite deployment. This journey is too long, it started with the first satellite launch named Aryabhatta (1975) to the most recent like EOS-06.
    ISRO is an active organization launching foreign satellites and more contributions to space exploration and satellite technology advancements.

  8. Where is the headquarters of ISRO?

    The Headquarters of ISRO is located in Bengaluru earlier known as Bangalore.

  9. Where is Shri Hari Kota?

    Shriharikota is located in Tirupati district of Andhra Pradesh, India.

  10. Why all the rockets are launched from ShriHariKota?

    ISRO Rocket Launching Station Shriharikota

    There are two main reasons, The first reason is that Sriharikota is located near the equator which provides enough significant advantages for Earth’s rotational speed because this rotation highly contributes to the initial velocity of the rockets, it also enables more efficient launches and allows payloads to their intended orbits with fewer energy expenses.
    Another reason why all the rockets are launched from Sriharikota is, because it is at an eastern coastal location to minimize the risk of debris falling onto populated areas while rockets are launched into space.
    This proximity to shore provided a haven for the missiles to be launched across the open ocean, these conditions make Srihari Kota an ideal and safe workplace for the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) to complete its radio & satellite missions.

  11. Which is the recent Satellite launched by ISRO?

    The recent satellite launched by ISRO is EOS-06

  12. What is Chandrayaan-3?

    Moon Photo taken by ISRO Moon Mission 3 which is Chandrayan 3

    Chandrayaan-3 is the 3rd lunar mission by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and can be defined as a testament to India’s commitment to space exploration contribution, there were already 2 other Lunar Mission by ISRO, Chandrayaan-1, and Chandrayaan-2, This mission made to have deeper study to solve lunar mysteries and to contribute more for humanity for better understanding of the Moon.

  13. When was Chandrayaan-3 launched by India?

    Chandrayaan-3 was launched by ISRO on 14th July 2023, It successfully entered lunar orbit on 1st August 2023, and it was launched with the help of an LVM3-M4 rocket.

  14. When was Chandrayaan-3 landed on the moon?

    The Vikram lender is the name of the lender by ISRO, it successfully landed on the Moon’s south pole on 23rd August 2023, at 18:04 local time / India time.

  15. What is the budget of Chandrayaan-3?

    The budget of Lunar Mission Chandrayaan 3 is approx. 615 Crores, Chandrayaan 3 is an unmanned mission.  

  16. What are the primary objectives of Chandrayaan-3?

    The main objectives of Chandrayaan-3 are to collect deeper information about the lunar surface, lunar geology, and the Moon’s form and composition, Chandrayan 3 is also going to research more about Lunar Surface Studies and Seismic Activities and Sample Analysis.

  17. Why Chandrayaan 3 is in the news?

    India is the only country in the world to land on the south pole of the moon and the fourth to land on the moon.

  18. Is Chandrayaan-3 manned or unmanned?

    Chandrayaan-3 is an unmanned mission of India.

  19. Chandrayaan-3 was launched from which satellite?

    Chandrayaan-3 was launched with the help of an LVM3-M4 rocket.

  20. What is ISRO’s next mission?

    ISRO upcoming sun mission Aditya-L1

    ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization), has many upcoming space missions.
    ISRO is planning for a sun mission to study the Sun it is called SUN Mission. It will help to better understand the behavior of the sun and its effects on the weather of the space. This project is expected for 2024-25.
    LUPEX Mission, Another Lunar Mission, is a collaboration between ISRO and Japan’s JAXA for a deeper study of the moon’s surface and its water resources.
    Aditya-L1: is an upcoming project for ISRO, Aditya-L1 mission is a solar mission aimed to study the Sun’s outermost layer and the corona.
    ISRO also has a few more upcoming missions like NISAR, SPADEX XPoSAT, etc.

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