The first Indian interplanetary station “Mangalyan” completed work

NEW DELHI, Oct 2 – PRIME. The first Indian automatic interplanetary station “Mangalyan”, designed to explore Mars, is likely to have completed work eight years after entering the orbit of the red planet, according to the Times of India.

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India’s Mars mission ship, rated for six months at launch on November 5, 2013, has lost contact with ground stations, ending its life after eight long years.

According to the publication, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is trying to find out what is the reason for the loss of communication with the station: did the spacecraft run out of fuel and battery charge, or communication was lost due to an automatic maneuver when exiting a long eclipse.

The Times of India writes that multiple sources have said that returning the spacecraft to earth is not possible. In particular, as noted, at the end of September, the director of the ISRO satellite center announced this, and the organization itself, as the newspaper writes with reference to one of its scientists, will soon announce this officially.

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The first Indian spacecraft, Mangalyan, launched into space on November 5, 2013, was successfully launched into Mars orbit on September 24, 2014. One of his main goals was to study the properties of the Martian atmosphere, including clouds, as well as the topography and surface properties of the planet.


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