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Chandrayaan-3's Success Crucial for Global Space Missions, says India's Science Minister

  • Posted on July 12, 2023
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  • By Sakshi Gupta
Union minister Jitendra Singh said Chandrayaan-3 has garnered a lot of interest

India's upcoming lunar mission, Chandrayaan-3, holds immense significance not just for India but for the entire world, as it is expected to provide valuable insights for future space missions globally, according to India's Minister of Science, Jitendra Singh.

Scheduled to launch on July 14, Chandrayaan-3 will carry scientific payloads to conduct experiments on the moon's surface. The mission has generated significant interest, reflecting India's growing reputation in space technology and its potential for collaboration on equal footing with other nations.

Singh emphasized that Chandrayaan-3's success is eagerly awaited worldwide. The mission aims to achieve important findings that will contribute to global space agencies' knowledge and advancements. India's impressive track record in conducting successful missions adds to the anticipation surrounding this endeavor.

Singh further highlighted India's pivotal role in lunar exploration. While the United States may have been the first to land humans on the moon, India's Chandrayaan-1 mission was responsible for capturing images of water on the lunar surface. These images were shared with NASA, bolstering India's status as a leading player in research and development capabilities.

India's upcoming lunar mission, Chandrayaan-3, holds immense significance not just for India but for the entire world
India's Science Minister highlights the global significance of Chandrayaan-3 and its potential impact on future space missions.(Photo: Isro)

Considering India's achievements and potential, the world will closely observe the success of Chandrayaan-3. The mission's findings are expected to be of great interest to other countries, further cementing India's position in the global space community.

As the fourth country to land on the moon, India's accomplishments will have a profound impact on future space endeavors worldwide.

Addressing the perceived setback of the Chandrayaan-2 mission, Singh emphasized the need to view it objectively. Although the mission did not achieve its intended outcome due to a miscalculation during the descent, it provided valuable lessons and opportunities for improvement.

With the rectification of previous faults, Chandrayaan-3 aims to fulfill India's aspirations and solidify its place among the world's leading space-faring nations.

India's Science Minister highlights the global significance of Chandrayaan-3 and its potential impact on future space missions.
Chandrayaan-3 mission after being encapsulated on the payload fairing of the rocket. (Photo: Isro)

Singh also discussed the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on India's space programs. The Gaganyaan mission, which aims to send Indian astronauts into space, faced delays as training in Russia had to be halted. The mission will consist of three stages: an unmanned flight, a robotic mission, and finally, a manned mission.

Reflecting on India's space journey, Singh highlighted the significant progress made in recent years. Despite initial struggles and limited resources, India's space sector has witnessed remarkable growth, thanks to the personal involvement of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

India's recognition as an equal partner in the global space community is evident, with even the United States seeking Indian astronauts for future missions to the International Space Station.

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