Indian Martian exploration program

aghamarshana

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Waiting eagerly for Chandrayaan 2 nd Aditya....

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https://tecake.in/news/space/isro-realignes-orbit-iconic-mangalyaan-heres-28182.html

Kumar further added that the spacecraft is working so efficiently that it is still left with 30 kg of fuel which is enough to last for years. The spacecraft has burned around 7 kg of fuel in last one year which is exceptional and has exceeded everyone’s expectation.
How is Mangalyaan still up and running? Shouldn't it be out of fuel by now? I thought it's operational life was supposed to be no more than 6-12 months.
Are these famous martian CO2 clouds ?
 

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#ISROMissions

We are ready for one of the most exciting missions, #Chandrayaan2. Launch window between July 9-16 & likely Moon-landing on Sept 6, 2019. #GSLVMKIII will carry 3 modules of this #lunarmission - Orbiter, Lander (Vikram), Rover (Pragyan).

More updates soon.

 

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Did they retest lander which broke last time?
 
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Oct 11, 2019
Release of fourth year data of Mars Orbiter Mission
Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) has completed five years in its orbit on September 24, 2019. In view of this, the fourth year data (September 24, 2017 to September 23, 2018) of MOM are made available at ISSDC website to registered users.
First, Second and third year data of MOM was released to public through ISSDC website while on completion of second, third and fourth year in its orbit.
For data download and more details visit ISSDC website
https://mrbrowse.issdc.gov.in/MOMLTA
 

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After quite a while, an image publicly provided by the Mars Orbiter/ Mangalyaan. This time, a good shot of its moon Phobos

 

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