The lander lost contact with the lander three months ago, and India restarted the “Chandrayaan-3” probe lunar landing project

According to Xinhua News Agency, on January 1, local time, Siwang, chairman of the Indian Space Research Organization, announced that the “Chandrayaan-3” probe lunar landing project has been approved to start, and the relevant team has been formed.

At a press conference in the southern Indian city of Bangalore, Siwan said the Chandrayaan-3 probe is expected to launch in late 2020 or 2021. In addition, India’s first manned space flight program is expected to be completed in 2022, when three Indian astronauts will be sent into low-Earth orbit.

▲ Chandrayaan 2

According to public information, Chandrayaan-2 is an unmanned lunar probe developed by Indian researchers. The “Chandrayaan-2”, which was planned to be launched in 2018, was successfully launched in July 2019 after several delays, weighing 3,850 kilograms, including orbit. It consists of three modules, a lander, a lander and a lunar rover, carrying more than 10 various research devices. In the early morning of September 7, 2019, the Chandrayaan-2 lander lost contact when it was 2.1 kilometers away from the moon.

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