Kanpur: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is going to make history on July 15. ISRO is going to launch Chandrayaan-2 for the moon's south pole on July 15. This time Kanpur's IIT will play an important role in bringing the moon's rule to the world with the help of ISRO. Kanpur IIT has provided significant assistance to ISRO for its Chandrayaan-2 campaign. In 2009, two AmUs was signed between Kanpur IIT and ISRO.
The first AMU was signed to map for Chandrayaan-2 and the second to show the AMU route, which has been created by scientists from Kanpur IIT to ISRO. Professor K A Venkatesh and Professor Ashish Dutta, who teaches at IIT Kanpur, have worked hard for many years to prepare the project. Professor Ashish Dutta has said that motion planning will start as soon as the space project Chandrayaan-2 reaches the moon.
First, Chandrayaan will map the 2nd special rover in a short time and then prepare a chart of the route. Two types of lines will be formed while creating a chart of the route. If the road is straight, there will be a straight line, and if the path is zigzag, the line will be crooked accordingly.