ISRO successfully changed Chandrayaan-2 orbit for the fourth time
ISRO successfully changed Chandrayaan-2 orbit for the fourth time

New Delhi: Scientists from the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) are advancing their second lunar mission Chandrayaan-2 from the earth's orbit continuously. After the launch on July 22, it was installed at Periji (less distance than Earth) at 170 km and Apojie (more distance than Earth) at 45,475 km. On August 2, at 3.27 p.m., Chandrayaan-2 was successfully changed to the fourth time in orbit.

Now, chandrayaan-2 has been reduced to 277 km and Apoji 89,472 km. By August 6, the Orbit of Chandrayaan-2 will be changed around the earth. Since its launch on July 22, Chandrayaan-2's 48-day journey to reach the south pole of the moon has begun. About 16.23 minutes after the launch, Chandrayaan-2 was isolated from the GSLV-Mk3 rocket at an altitude of about 170 km from The Earth and orbited the Earth. ISRO scientists made a lot of changes regarding the launch of Chandrayaan-2.

On July 29, the periji of Chandrayaan-2 between 2.30 p.m. and Apogee was 71,792 km.
On the night of July 25-26, at 1.08 p.m., Chandrayaan-2's Periji was 251 km and Apoji 54,829 km.
On July 24, at 2.52 p.m., the Periji of Chandrayaan-2 was 230 km and The Apogee was 45,163 km.

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