10 lines on Chandrayaan

Chandrayaan is a series of India’s mission to the moon by the Indian Space Research Organization. It was a very important space mission in India. You should have some basic information about it. We have created some sets of 10 lines on Chandrayaan. You should read them, and I am sure that the information available in them will benefit you in many ways.

Ten Lines on Chandrayaan

Set – 1

1) Chadrayaan-1 was the first lunar mission of ISRO.

2) It was launched by ISRO on 22 October 2008.

3) The satellite was launched to set-up some instruments on the moon to explore it.

4) For attaining the goal, ISRO used some elements like Terrain Mapping Camera, Laser Ranging Camera, and SARA, etc.

5) The satellite was launched with a weight of 1380 kg.

6) It used solar energy to make it work.

7) The mission was launched with an objective to operate for 2 years.

8) It sent its first image of earth from space on 25 March 2009.

9) It crashed on 29 August 2009.

10) The Chandrayaan-1 has provided us with useful information.

Set – 2

1) The second lunar mission of India was Chandrayaan-2.

2) Chandrayaan-2 was launched by ISRO on 22 July 2009.

3) Searching for the availability of water on the moon was the objective of Chandrayaan-2.

4) The mission took about 603 crore INR.

5) It was launched from Sriharikota range at 2:43 PM.

6) The satellite was equipped with a high-resolution camera to take a clear image of the moon.

7) The name of the lander of Chandrayaan-2 was ‘Vikram’.

8) Chandrayaan-2 was expected to be on mission for 14 days.

9) It was about to land in the south region of the Moon.

10) Unfortunately, the satellite could not have a successful landing on the moon’s surface.

Chandrayaan-1 and Chandrayaan-2 were very important space programs of India launched by the Indian Space Research Organization. They solved several mysteries related to the moon for the world. They also helped India in reaching a milestone and making India a step forward in space science. Chandrayaan has led a path to further discoveries, and India has started other space programs based on it.