New Delhi: By Hubli Express News Service: The Space Applications Centre-ISRO announced on Monday that the Chandrayaan-3 lunar mission’s landing date might be adjusted to August 27 if any concerning factors related to the lander module arise.
Nilesh M Desai, the director of Space Applications Centre-ISRO in Ahmedabad, explained that the final decision regarding the landing would depend on both the condition of the lander module and the lunar surface conditions.
Director Desai outlined the plan: A decision will be made on August 23, approximately two hours before the intended lunar landing of Chandrayaan-3.
This decision will be based on an evaluation of the lander module’s health and the prevailing conditions on the Moon. If any unfavorable conditions or issues are identified, the landing will be postponed to August 27.
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