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  • 1.
  • 2. Why go to moon???
    What is there in moon we are curious of?
  • 3. WHY GO TO MOON?????
    ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION.
    INDIA’S POTENTIAL .
    ONE MILLION TONNES OF HELIUM3 ON MOON’S SURFACE.
    HELIUM3 IS BELIEVED TO BE FUEL OF THE FUTURE.
    OUTPOST FOR FURTHER PLANETARY EXPLORATIONS.
  • 4. Introduction:
    CHANDRAYAAN LITEARLLY MEANS MOON VECHILE .
    INDIA’S FIRST UNMANNED MISSION TO MOON DEVOLPED BY ISRO.
    WAS LAUNCHED ON 22 OCTOBER 2008 FROM SATISH DHAWAN SPACE CENTRE SRIHARIKOTA, ANDHRA PRADESH .
    ESTIMATED COST - RS 386 CRORE
  • 5. · Objectives of the Chandrayaan-1
    SIMULTANEOUS MINERALOGICAL, CHEMICAL & PHOTO-GEOLOGICAL MAPPING .
    HIGH RESOLUTION MAPPING OF THE LUNAR SURFACE TO IDENTIFY MINERAL .
    3D MAPPING OF LUNAR SURFACE AT VERY HIGH SPATIAL RESOLUTION.
    TO MOTIVATE THE YOUNG MINDS IN SPACE AND PLANETARY SCIENCE.
  • 6. SPECIFICATIONS:
    MASS: 1380 KG AT LAUNCH.
    SHAPE: CUBOID
    POWER: SOLAR PANEL GENERATING 700 W OF POWER, STORED IN A 36 A-H LITHIUM-ION BATTERY.
    HAS THREE SOLID STATE RECORDERS (SSRS).
    Liquid Engine used to travel towards moon.
    Dual gimballed antenna to transfer scientific data.
  • 7. ABOUT PSLV C11:
    • PSLV is a Polar Satellite Launch
    Vehicle, which launched the chandrayaan successfully in transfer orbit.
    • PSLV-C11 is the uprated version of its standard configuration.
    • 8. Weighing 316 tonnes at lift-off,Uses both solid and liquid propellants.
    • 9. Prefered launching vehicle of ISRO with 13 consecutive flights
  • · PAYLOADS:Collection of instrument embedded on chandrayaan.
    INDIAN PAYLOADS
    · FOREIGN PAYLOADS
    TERRAIN MAPPING CAMERA
    HYPER SPECTRAL IMAGER
    LUNAR LASER RANGING INSTRUMENT
    HIGH ENERGY X-RAY SPECTROMETER
    MOON IMPACT PROBE
    CHANDRAYAAN X RAY SPECTROMETER
    MINI SAR
    SIR- 2
    RADIATION DOSE MONITOR-
    MOON MINERALOGY MAPPER
    SARA
  • 10.
  • 11. INDIAN PAYLOADS
  • 12. TERRAIN MAPPING CAMERA
    LUNAR LASER RANGING
  • 13. 12
    HYPER SPECTRAL IMAGER
    HIGH ENERGY X-RAY SPECRTOMETER
  • 14. MOON
    IMPACT
    PROBE
  • 15. FOREIGN PAYLOADS
  • 16. 15
    CHANDRAYAAN X-RAY SPECTROMETER
    MINI SAR (SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR)
  • 17. SMART INFRARED SPECTROMETER
    RADIATION DOSE MONITOR
  • 18. MOON MINERALOGY MAPPER
    SUB ATOM REFLECTING ANALYSER
  • 19.
  • 20.
  • 21. Ground Segment:
    ISRO Telemetry, Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC) has established the ground segment of Chandrayaan-1, which consists of the following:
    INDIAN DEEP SPACE NETWORK(IDSN)
    SPACECRAFT CONTROL CENTRE.
    INDIAN SPACE SCIENCE DATA CENTRE(ISSDC).
  • 22. INDIAN DEEP SPACE NETWORK:
    It will receive the data sent by the Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft.
    consists of two large parabolic antennae – one with 18 m diameter and the other 32 m diameter, at Bangalore.
  • 23. SPACECRAFT CONTROL CENTRE
    It is located near the ISTRAC campus,
    north of Bangalore, is the focal point
    of all the operational activities of Chandrayaan-
    1 during all phases of the mission
  • 24. INDIAN SPACE SCIENCE DATA CENTRE
    The third element of ground segment , also located at Banglore.
    Will receive data from IDSN as well as other external stations that support Chandrayaan-1,
    Store, process , retrieve and distribute scientific data sent by Chandrayaan-1 payloads to the user agencies.
  • 25. C0NSEQUENCES:
    IT WILL INSPIRE MILLIONS OF STUDENTS TO BECOME A PART OF OUR COUNTRY’S OWN SPACE PROGRAMME.
    IT WILL INSPIRE ALL THE INDIANS WORKING IN VARIOUS FOREIGN SPACE AGENCIES THAT THEY HAVE AN ALTERNATIVE TO WORK IN INDIA.
    INDIA MAY BE SEEN AS A VIABLE TECHNOLOGICAL PARTNER AND CAN POSITION ITSELF TO BE THE DESTINATION FOR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH.
  • 26. THANK YOU!!!