Space has always been a subject to be explored and learn new things and facts. Many data shows that all the scientific efforts made to surf the space have gathered a lot of information for human about the space but the area that we have explored is not even 1% of the total universe which means that there is a lot to explore yet for humans. Every country has tried on its level the best and has succeeded too and in that series, India ranks among the top countries in space exploration. Indian space agency ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) has achieved several milestones in the field of which Mangalyaan in one and prominent.
Ten Lines on Mangalyaan in English
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10 Lines on Mangalyaan – Set 1
1) ‘Mangalyaan’ is the name of a space probe by India orbiting the planet Mars in our Solar System.
2) ‘Mangalyaan’ was launched by ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) on 5th November 2013.
3) Mangalyaan was launched to explore the surface, atmosphere, mineralogy and morphology of Mars.
4) Mylswamy Annadurai was the programme director of Mangalyaan and also the project director of Chandrayaan 1 and 2.
5) It was launched through rocket ‘PSLV-XL C25 from Satish Dhawan Space Center, Sriharikota.
6) The take-off mass of Mangalyaan was 1337.2 kg including fuel of the mass 852 kg.
7) The Mangalyaan with 15 kg. Payloads consists Lyman-Alpha Photometer, Methane Sensor, Mars Exospheric Neutral Composition Analyser, Thermal Infrared Imaging Spectrometer and Mars Colour Camera.
8) The mission was conducted in 7 perigee burns of which 7th on 30th November 2013.
9) On 30th November 2013, the satellite entered the Mars orbit covering the distance of 78 crore km.
10) Mangalyaan was projected for 6 months only but is still on the mission.
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10 Lines on Mangalyaan – Set 2
1) Mangalyaan, India’s first interplanetary space probe is orbiting Mars since 5th November 2014.
2) Mangalyaan is to look for methane on the Mars to get a clue of existence of life there.
3) With the total cost of ₹450 crore, Mangalyaan is accepted as the most affordable space mission till the date.
4) Mangalyaan was India’s first Mars mission and ultimately it made India the first Asian country to reach Mars in first attempt.
5) Mangalyaan spent about 1 month in Earth’s orbit after launch and is in Mars’ Orbit for more than 5 years.
6) Mangalyaan is being tracked from Spacecraft Control Centre at ISRO Telemetry, Tracking and Command Network in Bangalore.
7) Mangalyaan was proposed to be launched on 28th October 2013 was launched on 5th November due to poor weather on Pacific Ocean.
8) Any data sent by Mangalyaan reaches to ISRO’s Communication Panel in 14 minutes.
9) On 24th March 2015, Mangalyaan completed its first tenure of 6 months.
10) Mangalyaan completed 5 years successfully on 24th September 2019.
Mangalyaan was first Mars mission of India with a hope to explore moon for existence of life. Its success cleared that India is behind the developed countries in the field of science and technology. India was acclaimed globally for such a cheap and well strategic mission. Even the Indian RBI (Reserve Bank of India) also celebrated the anniversary of the event by issuing ₹2000 on 8th November 2016 which has an image of Mangalyaan.