NEW DELHI: The Indian Space Research Organisation(SIRO)'s Chandryaan 2 will enter the moon's orbit on Tuesday. Chandrayaan-2 will undergo a fire test between 8.30 am and 9.30 am. ISRO scientists are gearing up for this. On September 7, Chandrayaan-2 will land at the south pole of the moon. Chandrayaan-2 was launched from Sriharikota launch station on July 22 via rocket Baahubali.
Earlier on August 14, Chandrayaan-2 was introduced into the Trans Lunar Orbit. Meaning a long orbit in which Chandrayaan-2 is approaching the moon. Three centers of ISRO are keeping an eye on the position of Chandrayaan-2 and its route. These three centers are Mission Operation Complex (MOX), ISRO Telemetry Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC) and Indian Deep Space Network (IDSN). ISRO scientists have reported that Chandrayaan-2 is still in good health.
ISRO Chairman Dr. case-ending showing possession or relation. Sivan said Chandrayaan-2 will be tested hard when going into the moon's orbit. The gravitational power of the moon lasts up to 65000 km. In this case, the speed of Chandrayaan-2 will have to be slowed down. Otherwise, Chandrayaan-2 can hit the moon under the influence of its gravitational force. Chandrayaan-2's onboard propulsion system will be temporarily switched on to slow down. Even a slight mistake during this time can unbalance the Chandrayaan-2. It will be a test not only for Chandrayaan-2 but also for scientists.