“Chandrayaan-3 Moon Landing: Date, Time, Where to Watch Live Streaming”

“Chandrayaan 3 Scheduled to Touch Down on Moon’s South Pole on August 23 at 6:04pm (Indian Time); Watch the Live Broadcast on ISRO Website, YouTube, Facebook, and DD National TV.”

"Chandrayaan 3: Moon Landing Attempt Today"
“Chandrayaan 3: Moon Landing Attempt Today”

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has announced that Chandrayaan 3 is poised to achieve a historic landing on the moon’s southern pole on August 23, around 6:04pm (Indian Standard Time).

Where to Watch Live Coverage of Chandrayaan 3’s Landing?
Viewers can tune in for the live broadcast of this momentous event starting from 5:27pm (IST) on August 23 via various platforms:

  • ISRO’s official website: Visit https://isro.gov.in
  • ISRO’s official YouTube channel: Access https://youtube.com/watch?v=DLA_64yz8Ss
  • ISRO’s official Facebook channel: Visit https://facebook.com/ISRO
  • DD National TV

Key Milestones in Chandrayaan 3 Mission:
A detailed timeline of crucial events leading up to the Chandrayaan 3 mission’s current status is as follows:

  • July 6: ISRO sets July 14 as the launch date from Sriharikota’s second pad.
  • July 7: Successful completion of vehicle electrical tests.
  • July 11: 24-hour ‘Launch Rehearsal’ replicates the entire launch process.
  • July 14: LVM3 M4 vehicle launches Chandrayaan-3 into orbit.
  • July 15: Successful execution of first orbit-raising maneuver.
  • July 17: Second orbit-raising maneuver raises orbit.
  • July 22: Fourth orbit-raising maneuver establishes spacecraft’s orbit.
  • July 25: Another orbit-raising maneuver executed.
  • August 1: Chandrayaan-3 inserted into translunar orbit.
  • August 5: Successful lunar orbit insertion.
  • August 6: Lunar orbit lowered.
  • August 9: Adjustments made to achieve optimal lunar orbit.
  • August 14: Approach to lunar surface, reaching a specific orbit.
  • August 16: Final Moon-bound maneuver executed.
  • August 17: Landing module separation.
  • August 18: ‘Deboosting’ operation conducted.
  • August 20: Final orbit adjustment undertaken.
  • August 23: Scheduled lunar touchdown attempt, 5:47pm (IST).

Critical Considerations:
The mission’s success hinges on a dawn landing to enable 14 days of research. The cold lunar night impacts rover functionality, requiring timely landing. If not achieved, a rescheduling for September is possible.”

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