ISRO has been monitoring the spacecraft Mars and its five scientific instruments, and officials have said that scientific analysis of the information obtained by the MOM spacecraft is ongoing.
The Indian spacecraft Mars Orbiter has completed seven years in orbits, over the course of its six-month spacecraft.
“Indeed, it is a very satisfying feeling,” said Radhakrishnan, former chairman of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), who led the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM, also known as Mangalyaan) team to PTI. MOTHER is an ISRO maid service.
Launched on November 5, 2013, the investigation was successfully launched on the Martian route on September 24, 2014 in its first attempt.
The MOM is primarily a demonstration of technology demonstration and all mechanical objectives were successfully achieved, according to officials of the National Space Agency of Bengaluru.
Made for mission life of 6 months, India’s Mars
The key lessons they learned were in the field of design and implementation of sub-systems and systems, which will be introduced for the purpose of planetary systems, alignment of the planetary space, the functioning of the spacecraft and the scientific instruments around Mars orbit, they said.
The lessons learned have boosted the confidence of ISRO scientists by taking them on a planetary journey in the future.
ISRO has been monitoring the spacecraft and its five scientific instruments, and officials have said that scientific analysis of the information obtained by the MOM spacecraft is ongoing.