ISRO Made The First Phase Data Public Sent By Chandrayaan 2 Orbiter – ISRO made public first phase data sent by Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter


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The best pictures of any moon taken by an orbiter so far, its dark part explores, the surface texture and map prepared by X-ray and some such data was released by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) on Thursday. The data collected by the orbiter sent to orbit the moon in Chandrayaan-2 mission is being told as the first phase data so that scientists and common citizens around the world will be able to increase their understanding about the moon.

Is included in Chandrayaan-2 mission sent by India on 22 July 2019. The orbiter has been orbiting the moon since 2 September 2019. The 8 devices installed in it are continuously collecting information about the surface and atmosphere of the Moon from 100 km altitude and are carrying out many tests. This data can also be read or downloaded from the Indian Space Science Data Center web portal https://pradan.isdc.gov.in/Pradan.

Included in data

  • The highest resolution moon photos ever taken by the orbiter
  • Map in digital model of mountains, pits etc.
  • X-ray prepared maps, data on the presence of water
  • Corona of the Sun, Study of Solar Radiance

Water search
ISRO will also release data from the imaging infra-red spectrometer present in the orbiter. In it, the minerals of the moon have been studied with a view to discovering water.

The best pictures of any moon taken by an orbiter so far, its dark part explores, the surface texture and map prepared by X-ray and some such data was released by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) on Thursday. The data collected by the orbiter sent to orbit the moon in Chandrayaan-2 mission is being told as the first phase data so that scientists and common citizens around the world will be able to increase their understanding about the moon.

Is included in Chandrayaan-2 mission sent by India on 22 July 2019. The orbiter has been orbiting the moon since 2 September 2019. The 8 devices installed in it are continuously collecting information about the surface and atmosphere of the Moon from 100 km altitude and are carrying out many tests. This data can also be read or downloaded from the Indian Space Science Data Center web portal https://pradan.isdc.gov.in/Pradan.

Included in data

  • The highest resolution moon photos ever taken by the orbiter
  • Map in digital model of mountains, pits etc.
  • X-ray prepared maps, data on the presence of water
  • Corona of the Sun, Study of Solar Radiance
Water search

ISRO will also release data from the imaging infra-red spectrometer present in the orbiter. In it, the minerals of the moon have been studied with a view to discovering water.


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