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Contribution of India in Space Research

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Dear Editor,
First of all, I would like to congratulate the scientists of ISRO team for Chandrayaan-3. It landed on the south pole of the moon where no space agency till now has landed safely. It was launched on 14th July from Satish Dhawan Space Center, Sriharikota. It underwent into the orbit of Earth ant then successfully went into the orbit of moon on 5th August. The day of 16th August the lander module was successfully separated from the orbiter. In this space race for landing successfully on the south pole the space agency Roscosmos also launched Luna 25 on 11th August and was scheduled to land on 21-22 August which left behind a suspense that who would land first? Despite of the mass difference between the budget of the missions . On 20 August Luna 25 collided with the lunar surface. But with patience Chandrayaan-3 landed on the lunar surface and India became the fourth successful country to land on the moon .
Which left behind a lair of happiness not only in India but the entire world. In spite of, failure in the first two moon missions ISRO proved that “Patience is the toughest road to stay on, but the surest path to victory”. Regardless of the exciting discoveries on the south pole like the presence of oxygen etc.
ISRO will not remain quiet and tell the world that the fantasy of Universe will no longer remain a fantasy. That’s why only after 10 days after the landing of Chandrayaan-3 on September 3 India launched the first Indian spacecraft (Aditya-L1) to study the solar space. It would travel 148.5 million km from Earth in 125 days to Langrage 1 point where the gravitational pull of the Earth and Sun becomes same and will study the Sun’s surface from the far near about 4 to 5 years and much more.
ISRO has planned a handful of missions for the upcoming years like the X-Ray Polarimeter Satellite which will study 50 most glowing objects in our solar system and Gaganyaan1,2 in which the humanoid robot will travel Vyommitra and Gaganyaan 3 the first Indian crewed spacecraft and many more like Shukrayaan1 etc.
In the conclusion I would like to say that India is advancing in Space Reseach and in a matter of time will become a superpower in space tech.
Raja Harteshvan Singh Pargal

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