Sulphur found on the moon by the rover Pragyan

Sulphur found on the moon by the rover Pragian 2023

Following the release of data from a temperature-profiling instrument aimed at studying the lunar surface, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has announced a significant breakthrough. Another instrument aboard Chandrayaan-3, the lunar mission, has identified the presence of various elements on the Moon’s surface. Of note is the discovery of Sulphur, a crucial finding as direct evidence of its existence had previously been elusive. The accomplishment comes courtesy of the Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) instrument housed within the Chandrayaan-3 Rover. Through this tool, a pioneering instance of in-situ measurements has been achieved, detailing the elemental composition of the lunar surface in the vicinity of the South Pole. ISRO expressed its satisfaction, stating, “These in-situ measurements confirm the presence of Sulphur (S) in the region unambiguously, something that was not feasible by the instruments onboard the orbiters.” Initial analysis has further unveiled the presence of Aluminium (Al), Calcium (Ca), Iron (Fe), Chromium (Cr), and Titanium (Ti) on the Moon’s surface. Additionally, subsequent measurements have exposed the existence of Manganese (Mn), Silicon (Si), and Oxygen (O). An ongoing comprehensive investigation aims to ascertain the presence of Hydrogen. The Chandrayaan-3 mission centres on acquiring insights into the presence and prevalence of diverse elements on the lunar surface. This objective is pursued through the concerted efforts of multiple instruments. The LIBS tool, crafted by ISRO’s Laboratory for Electro-Optics Systems (LEOS), employs a high-energy pulsar to generate plasma from rocks or soil. In this plasma state, elements emit distinct wavelengths of radiation, allowing for their precise identification. With this achievement, ISRO’s Chandrayaan-3 mission takes a notable stride towards enhancing our understanding of the Moon’s composition and characteristics, shedding light on its geological history and evolution.

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Chandrayaan-3 mission has successfully landed on the moon's south pole

Chandrayaan-3 mission has successfully landed on the moon’s south pole

Today is the 23rd of August 2023, this is going to be Mark in the history of India, today we conquer the moon, after many attempts we are finally able to make a soft landing on the moon. ISRO came a long way, it started with a small rocket launch that was carried on the Bullock cart and cycle. But now we have our own launchers to launch the rockets and satellites in Space. When chandrayaan2 fails, every country said ” for India there is no possibility to make a soft landing on the moon with a very small budget” we didn’t get demotivated at that time, we work on our weak points, we figured it out why chandrayaan2 fails, then we start working on chandrayaan3. Today chandrayaan3 lander and rover reached the surface of the moon and became the fourth country to do so, and first country to land on the South pole of the moon. After this successful mission now, India can do other big space missions as well, today we answer all the questions of 2019. Now we can proudly say we did it, now world can copy us. India and ISRO proved if we saw some dream, we can make it true, nothing will come in our way, ISRO proved that for a successful mission budget is not important, hard work and patience is important. We timesnews24 congratulate India and ISRO for the successful mission of chandrayan3 Jai hind jai Bharat

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