Congratulations India


👉At the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) successfully launched the OneWeb India-2 Mission on Sunday using India’s largest Launch Vehicle Mark-III (LVM3) rocket and 36 satellites.

👉On Saturday, the LVM3 rocket’s second commercial launch countdown began. At nine in the morning, the 43.5-meter-tall rocket was launched. 

👉The 36 first-generation satellites, each weighing 5,805 kg, will be launched into an orbit that is 450 km in diameter and inclined at an about 87.4-degree angle.

👉On Sunday, the LVM-III will launch 36 satellites for Network Access Associated Ltd. (OneWeb), a company based in the UK, into Low Earth Orbit (LEO).

👉The OneWeb Group Company has signed a deal to launch 72 satellites into LEO with NewSpace India Ltd, the commercial arm of ISRO. 

👉In October 2022, ISRO launched 36 OneWeb satellites as part of the first joint satellite deployment effort between the two organizations. 

👉OneWeb is a global communication network that is powered by space and provides connectivity for businesses and governments.

👉The launch on Sunday is the LVM3 rocket’s sixth overall flight; it was formerly known as the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle MkIII (GSLVMkIII). 

👉It carried out five successive missions, including Chandrayaan-2.

CHANDRAYAAN-2



👉After Chandrayaan-1, Chandrayaan-2 is the second lunar exploration mission created by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). 

👉It consists of a lunar orbiter as well as an Indian-developed lander and rover on the moon, the Vikram and Pragyan. 

👉The primary scientific goal is to map and investigate the differences in the lunar surface’s composition as well as the presence and distribution of water on the moon.

LUNAR WATER



👉The presence of water on the Moon’s surface or subsurface is referred to as lunar water. 

👉Previously, it was thought that the Moon was dry and barren, but recent research has revealed that there is evidence of water on the Moon.

👉Water can exist on the Moon in a variety of forms. According to one theory, water molecules could be embedded in minerals in the Moon’s crust. 

👉Another possibility is that water exists as ice in permanently shadowed areas near the Moon’s poles, where temperatures are cold enough to keep water frozen.

👉The discovery of lunar water has significant implications for future human lunar exploration and habitation. 

👉Water is an essential resource for life, and it could be used to support human settlements as well as to manufacture rocket fuel and other materials required for space exploration.

MOVIE BASED ON LUNAR WATER


👉”The Silent Seacould be an intriguing film title based on lunar water. 

👉This title conjures up images of the moon’s desolate surface while also implying the presence of a hidden, underwater world teeming with secrets and potential dangers.

👉 It could also allude to humanity’s tentative and cautious steps into the uncharted territory of the lunar surface as they seek to unravel the mysteries of the moon’s water and its potential for supporting life.




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