What's going on with the lunar space probes???

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PostThu Sep 03, 2009 11:05 am » by Nickelson


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After the ISRO lost contact with Chandrayaan, India's first lunar space probe, on Friday, the space agency has now announced that the mission has been declared closed.
The premature end to the originally envisioned 2 year mission came when the craft first reported issues related to its positioning. After being controlled with the help of Gyroscopes for over a month, the craft finally gave up and on Friday, lost all contact with the command center back in India. However, according to ISRO, the mission has already, in 300 odd days managed to complete 95 percent of the objectives assigned to it.

The Chandrayaan was launched on Oct. 22 last year aboard a PSLV C11 rocket and took over a week and half to reach the lunar orbit. Apart from being India's first lunar probe, it was also one of India's first truly "international" space missions with a number of space agencies including the NASA and the ESA providing payloads for the craft. The Chandrayaan has as many as 11 payloads from various countries. The mission was also quite frugal in terms of the money spent at just $82 million.

While it may have not lasted the two year period it was supposed to serve, it has no doubt given India the capability to launch crafts to heavenly bodies beyond the Earth's atmosphere. The launch of the Chandrayaan also generated a lot of interest as it happened at the same time when the world was celebrating 40 years of Neil Armstrong's first "Moonwalk". In the future, many countries have plans to send manned and unnamed crafts to the moon. These include U.S., China, India and South Korea. In fact, India is already working on the Chandrayaan 2, which is expected, to land on the moon sometime in 2013. That mission apart from having a lunar orbiter will send a lunar rover to the surface of the moon from where it can collect and analyze lunar soil and rock.

As for the Chandrayaan 1, the mission already has collected over 70,000 images all of which are being analyzed. The craft will take another 1,000 days and it will eventually crash on to the lunar surface after that. While the mission ending prematurely will remain a disappoint to many, it is pertinent to note that it did manage to accomplish 95 percent of the objectives assigned to it - besides, sending a craft to the moon is no cakewalk.

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I for one cant wait to see these images. The Chandrayaan 2 is a far more interesting project, because they will explore the surface with a Lunar Rover.

I cant wait. :flop:
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PostThu Sep 03, 2009 11:06 am » by Drjones


They'll show us what THEY want to show us,nothing more nothing less. :ohno:
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PostThu Sep 03, 2009 11:10 am » by Nickelson


Thats very true, but the facts dont lie unfortunately for NASA.

The truth is out their, so we must wait till denying is not an option anymore.

This is the seconds probe getting into problems in two weeks. Strange fact that both probes are on a mission to the Moon....... :?
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PostThu Sep 03, 2009 11:16 am » by Drjones


nickelson wrote:Thats very true, but the facts dont lie unfortunately for NASA.

The truth is out their, so we must wait till denying is not an option anymore.

This is the seconds probe getting into problems in two weeks. Strange fact that both probes are on a mission to the Moon....... :?



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PostThu Sep 03, 2009 11:39 am » by Badger


I agree with Dr Jones.
They will only show us what they want, you got to remember that NASA is also involved with this project so I'm sceptical we'll get anything juicy
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PostThu Sep 03, 2009 11:48 am » by Drjones


badger wrote:I agree with Dr Jones.
They will only show us what they want, you got to remember that NASA is also involved with this project so I'm sceptical we'll get anything juicy


Sad but true m8 aint it. :flop:
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PostThu Sep 03, 2009 11:52 am » by Nickelson


We must wait on Richard Branson who is planning to do commercial flight to the moon. When I go ill bring my cameras with me and will share the pics with you guys.

Who knows, maybe ill take a picture of an alien and me shaking hands :lol:
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PostThu Sep 03, 2009 12:24 pm » by Bettyboolean


well ever since that Dutch moon rock turned out to be petrified tree I've been totally convinced moon landings were faked. Before I was like 50/50. So any lunar probe that might reveal no evidence at the supposed landing sites will be taken out by NASA :)
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PostThu Sep 03, 2009 12:35 pm » by Nickelson


bettyboolean wrote:well ever since that Dutch moon rock turned out to be petrified tree I've been totally convinced moon landings were faked. Before I was like 50/50. So any lunar probe that might reveal no evidence at the supposed landing sites will be taken out by NASA :)


Well I cannot agree. We have been on the Moon, that's for sure. The question I have, why has it been 40 years already and we’ve never have been to the Moon again.

Now we are going the investigate the surface on water (they say) and other explorations, but I think there’s more going on as a lot of folks on this site agree with.

Why are these probes all going defect during their explorations??

I believe, time will tell us and the truth on the secrecy of the Moon will soon be revealed, willing or unwilling to the public.
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PostThu Sep 03, 2009 1:02 pm » by Ufosearcher


The Indian Chandrayan--never have we seen any photograph from the moon taken by chanarayan. What happened to the photographs?

People pay their sweat money to NASA and others for knowing the truth. And these scientists use our money, and lie to us, distort facts, discolor photos, don't disclose.... Earlier they used to say we can believe in science. Now it is a fact that WE CANNOT BELIEVE IN SCIENCE.


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