Chandrayaan 2 Mission:
Chandrayaan 2 is an Indian lunar mission boldly going to where no nation has ever gone before the southern polar area of the Moon. Through this attempt, the goal is to enhance our knowledge of the Moon findings that benefit India and the whole of mankind.
Why do we go to the Moon?
The Moon is the nearest cosmic body to try and document space discovery. It is also a promising testbed for deep-space missions to show technologies.
Chandrayaan 2 tries to foster a new age of exploration, enhance our knowledge of space, boost technology development, foster worldwide partnerships, and inspire a future generation of explorers and researchers.
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What are Chandrayaan 2’s science goals?
Moon is the best connection to the early history of Earth. It provides an undisturbed historical record of the setting of the inner solar system. Although there are some mature models, Moon’s origin still requires to be explained further. In order to trace back the origin and evolution of the Moon, extensive mapping of the lunar surface is crucial for studying differences in lunar surface structure.
Why exploring the South Pole of the Lunar?
The lunar South Pole is particularly interesting due to the much larger lunar surface area here that remains in the shadow than at the North Pole. In permanently shaded areas around it, there is a possibility of water being present. Moreover, there are craters in the South Pole region that are cold traps and contain an early Solar System fossil record.
Chandrayaan-2 will attempt to softly land the lander-Vikram and Rover- Pragyan in a high plain between two craters, Manzinus C and Simpelius N, at about 70 ° south latitude.
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