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Chandrayaan 3: Chandrayaan 3 Got Big Success on Moon, Got Evidence of Oxygen


Chandrayaan 3 :- As you all know. India has recently achieved a new record by making its Chandrayaan 3 land on the moon. India has become the first country to do so. Meanwhile, ISRO has released major updates on Tuesday. ISRO said that many substances are present on the Moon. Evidence of sulphur, aluminium, calcium has been found on the moon. Not only this, evidence of magnesium, silicon, iron, chromium, titanium and oxygen has also been found on the moon.

Information has been received about many elements

A graph has been shared by ISRO on social media. In which information is given. That “scientific experiments are continuing at the place. The Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscope (LIBS) instrument aboard the rover clearly confirms the presence of sulfur (S) in the lunar surface near the south pole, through in situ measurements, for the first time. As expected, information about Al, Ca, Fe, Cr, Ti, Mn, Si and O is also found. Hydrogen (H) is being discovered.

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ISRO had also released the graph on Sunday

The LIBS instrument has been developed at the Laboratory of Electro-Optics Systems (LEOS)/ISRO, Bengaluru. Even before this, ISRO had released a graph in which it was told about the different temperatures found on the surface of the moon. According to the National Space Agency, the 'Chandra Surface Thermo Physical Experiment' (Chest) has measured the 'temperature profile' of the upper soil of the Moon around the South Pole, to know the thermal behavior of the Moon's surface.

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The temperature on the surface is 70 degrees centigrade

ISRO scientist B.K. H.M Darukesha says. That, “We all believed that the temperature on the surface could be around 20 degree centigrade to 30 degree centigrade. But it is 70 degrees centigrade. It is more than our expectation. That's why it is surprising. The space agency said that the payload has an instrument to measure temperature. Which can go up to a depth of 10 cm below the surface.

Posted Date: August 31, 2023

Publish Date: August 31, 2023

Posted By Rahul Bhardwaj

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