Indian Lunar Space Probes and Exploration

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  1. Akask kumar

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    Just placing a telescope to other body's orbit or body to explore space even deeper plus space around that.;)
     
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    this came to me later..after posting the comment..

    by placing telescope on moon omits the requirement to have on board fuel (which is used to change orientation) . As revolution and rotation of moon can be tapped to take pic of different section of space..plus this may extend the life of telescope until the batteries expires..

    So,only life of batteries will be the limiting factor not on board fuel..

    because of solid ground underneath the telescope(not empty space) ,servo motors can be utilized to fine tune the orientation.. even if the motor fails . we can continue taking space pics as moon will not stop its rotation and revolution..
     
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    Google lunar challenge and India's team Indus .


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    Team Indus lunar rover



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    Meet the second rover ECA .


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    No Pollutants(as literally no atmosphere on moon), hence better picture compared to earth
    You dont need to raise orbit again and again, hence life of telescope will be long
     
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    NARL MST Radar observes echoes from the Moon
    Link to MST Radar
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    SNR of moon echoes as a function of ambiguous-range and time observed in different beams. Echoes marked as A, B, C, D, and E correspond to observations made in 18° East, 12° East, 6° East, Zenith, and 6° West beams, respectively
     
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    ISRO starts landing tests for Chandrayaan-2 mission

    ‘Complicated task’
     
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    With ISRO Deal, Indian Space Startup Gets Big Boost In Global Space Race
    [​IMG]Team Indus has signed a deal with ISRO to send a rover to the moon using its PSLV rocket.
    Story Highlights
    • Private space company Team Indus signs deal to use ISRO's PSLV rocket
    • Rocket will carry rover, lander, orbiter to the moon by end of 2017
    • Only among 30 contenders for $20 million prize to seal such a deal
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    Team Indus is working on their moon mission from their Bengaluru HQ.
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    A prototype of the Team Indus rover that plans to explore the moon.

    In my opinion, launching HHK-1 rover of team Indus in 2017 will further bear experience for Cdy-2's rover in 2018.
    And again, it will be covered on this thread because it's about any Indian Lunar probe not only from ISRO or VSSC.:p
    @Akask kumar @pmaitra @Kunal Biswas
     
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    yes.. even if it crash lands..no bad tag will be attached to ISRO..:devil: and ISRO will get a pre-experience to improve the CDY2 landing.. he he..

    and if it succeeds..India flag will fly high bringing prestige and will also unveil a private brooding space company Team Indus..
    So far no private space company or team has touched down moon..
     
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    WIN WIN situation for all stakeholders..............:)
     
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    Team Indus gets slot on PSLV rocket for its journey to moon
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    Chandrayaan 2 - India's Second Moon Mission
    Uploaded on October 24, 2016
     
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    Credit: Steven Pietrobon
     
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    Article with same title but updated material:
    http://m.thehindu.com/sci-tech/scie...s-for-chandrayaan2-mission/article9262541.ece

    Battery of tests
     
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    Rover Tests Completed.
    For clarifying @Akask Kumar's doubts over that, photo,
    So, that model was mere a hoax.:)
    http://m.timesofindia.com/city/thir...LV-Mk-III-by-Dec-end/articleshow/55317950.cms
     
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