The US raised the flag on the moon during its first manned mission to the moon, Apollo 2011. America’s Apollo 2011 landed on the moon on 20 July 1969. At the same time, after the landing of Chandrayaan 2, India will mark its presence on the moon’s south pole for centuries. The rover of Chandrayaan-2 will make Ashoka’s lot and ISRO’s insignia at different locations during the moon’s probe. Special arrangements have been made in Rover for this.
Chandrayaan-2 will map the surface of the moon. At the same time, the presence of minerals will be investigated. Will prepare a report of the atmosphere of the moon and find out the presence of water in any form. Not only this, during research on the moon, a six-wheeled rover will mark the Indian government’s emblem of Ashoka on the moon and the insignia of ISRO. For this, the emblem of Ashok Lat and ISRO has been made in the wheels of the rover. These signs will form on the lunar surface while the rover travels to the moon.
According to ISRO, mineral elements such as magnesium, calcium and iron will be discovered in rocks on the moon under Chandrayaan-2 mission. The mission will also examine the water potential on the moon and the outer layer of the moon. Chandrayaan-2 will carry forward the discoveries made in the first mission.
Famous internationally renowned scientist Stephen Hawking once said that the human species has no future without going into space. Of all the cosmic bodies, the Moon is the closest to us. The techniques required for other deep space missions can be easily tested here. This is the reason why this mission of India is going to prove beneficial for the whole world.