India plans to explore the dark side of the moon with Japan

The Indian Space Research Organization has developedISROHer eyes are now on Venus after missions to the Moon and Mars, and she plans to explore the dark side of the Moon in collaboration with Japan.

The space agency is also planning to send a probe to Mars, while giving a presentation on the missions, said Anil Bhardwaj, director of the Physical Research Laboratory in Ahmedabad. ISRO future in conference Akash Tattvaaccording to gadgets360.

Bhardwaj added that it is in talks with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) to send a lunar module to explore the moon’s permanent shadow region.

According to initial plans, the lunar lander and the rover built by it will be placed on the surface of the moon ISRO In orbit by a Japanese rocket with a planned landing near the south pole of the Moon.

Bhardwaj said: “The craft will then travel to the permanent shadow region of the moon, which never sees sunlight. PSR It was akin to staying in a state of deep freeze for immemorial times.

Bhardwaj said that Aditya L-1 It will be a unique mission where a 400kg payload-class satellite is placed in orbit around the sun in such a way that it can constantly see the star from a point called Lagrange Point L. -1.

The orbiter is located 1.5 million kilometers from Earth and will attempt to understand coronal heating, acceleration of the solar wind, initiation of coronal mass ejections, flares and near-Earth space weather.

Bhardwaj said that my mission Aditya L-1 And the Chandrayaan-3 It will take priority early next year and will likely be followed by a mission to Venus and a mission to the Moon with JAXA.

The success of the lunar module was aboard Chandrayaan-3 is critical as it will be used again in the task with JAXA.


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