India Mangalyaan Spacecraft
India has launched its Mangalyaan spacecraft Journey To Mars which is a complex mission. Latest News will be published frequently about Mangalyaan.
Large no. of people was watching this memorable moment. Almost every news channel and press reporters were there to capture the images of India Mangalyaan Spacecraft.
Officials at the space centre explained that it as a “textbook launch.” If India Mangalyaan Spacecraft will be launched successfully then India will join the Soviet Union, the United States and Europe at no. 4th to do this miracle.
S. Ramakrishnan, head of the space center and launch authorization board told at the time of launching the craft that “With teamwork and the kind of dedication we have today, any mission is not beyond our capability”.
The 1350-kilogram orbiter Mangalyaan, which means “Mars craft” in Hindi will have to cover 780 million kilometers over 300 days to reach an orbit around the red planet in next September 2014.
As we know that India has huge population (1.2 billion) with widespread hunger and poverty then how can our government spend money on such projects. Apart from all this the government defended the Mars mission.
In past few Decades of space research developed many satellite, communications and remote sensing technologies that are assisting human life to provide solution on everyday problems at home.
Because of so much advancement now fish can be caught by fishermen easily as well as predictions of storms and floods can also find in advance.
This is the feeling of pride for all persons of our country India that we have been so capable that no sending spacecrafts to other planets”.
The orbiter will take and collect the images and data that will help in determining how Martian weather systems work and what happened to the large quantities of water that are believed to have once existed on Mars.
It also will search Mars for methane, a key chemical in life processes that could also come from geological processes. Experts say the data will improve understanding about how planets form, what conditions might make life possible and where else in the universe it might exist.
The orbiter is expected to have at least 06 months to investigate the planet’s landscape and atmosphere. At its closest point it will be 365 kilometres from the planet’s surface, and its furthest point will be 80,000 kilometres away.
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