ISRO Chose To Land Chandrayaan In Moon’s South Pole Region For Water Molecules: Veeramuthuvel


“The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) choose to land Chandrayaan in the south pole of moon because of the availability of more resources for fuel,” said P. Veeramuthuvel, Chandrayaan-3 Project Director.

He said, “The ISRO wanted to set up its space station by 2035. The water molecules could be used as a resource for fuel and the organisation could make the best of the moon’s escaping velocity of 2.38 km/second to reach other planets, making the moon a gateway.”

“Stating that any planet exploration was only for looking for new resources, he said if Helium-3 was tapped, it could serve future generations for producing power. Since it was a second attempt, failure was not an option. The only agenda we had was to have a soft landing, so everything was led towards that,” he further said.

Further added, “Chandrayaan-3 had shown that one should not view failure as a setback, but as a lesson from which one could learn and come back stronger.”

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