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Chandrayaan

  1. 1. What is there in moon we are curious of?
  2. 2. 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.
  3. 3. 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
  4. 4. · 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.
  5. 5. 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.
  6. 6. •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. •Weighing 316 tonnes at lift- off,Uses both solid and liquid propellants. •Prefered launching vehicle of ISRO with 13 consecutive flights ABOUT PSLV C11:
  7. 7. · PAYLOADS: Collection of instrument embedded on chandrayaan. INDIAN PAYLOADS · FOREIGN PAYLOADS 1. TERRAIN MAPPING CAMERA 2. HYPER SPECTRAL IMAGER 3. LUNAR LASER RANGING INSTRUMENT 4. HIGH ENERGY X-RAY SPECTROMETER 5. MOON IMPACT PROBE 1. CHANDRAYAAN X RAY SPECTROMETER 2. MINI SAR 3. SIR- 2 4. RADIATION DOSE MONITOR- 5. MOON MINERALOGY MAPPER 6. SARA
  8. 8. INDIAN PAYLOADS
  9. 9. TERRAIN MAPPING CAMERA LUNAR LASER RANGING
  10. 10. 12 HYPER SPECTRAL IMAGER HIGH ENERGY X-RAY SPECRTOMETER
  11. 11. MOON IMPACT PROBE
  12. 12. FOREIGN PAYLOADS
  13. 13. 15 CHANDRAYAAN X-RAY SPECTROMETER MINI SAR (SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR)
  14. 14. RADIATION DOSE MONITOR SMART INFRARED SPECTROMETER
  15. 15. MOON MINERALOGY MAPPER SUB ATOM REFLECTING ANALYSER
  16. 16. 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).
  17. 17. 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.
  18. 18. 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
  19. 19. 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.
  20. 20. 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.
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