ISRO’s Chandrayaan-2 satellite on the journey of the moon successfully rose on Thursday night and one step further towards the moon. Through the propulsion system on the spacecraft, changing the orbit of the satellite for the second time on Thursday night, for the second time on Thursday night, he successfully entered the Earth’s next class. Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) said that this process of changing the class lasted about 15 minutes. According to ISRO, all the spacecraft parameters are working in a normal way.
Chandrayaan-2 has now reached a height of 251 times 54823 km in the Earth’s orbit. The satellite will orchestrate by July 29. On July 29 only between two and a half to three o’clock in the day the orbit of Chandrayaan-2 will be changed for the third time and it will be entered into the next orbit of the Earth by the propulsion system. On July 22, about 16 minutes and 23 seconds after launch, Chandrayaan-II was separated from the GSLV-Mac3 rocket at a height of 170 km in the orbit of the Earth and was circling.