Notably, the ISRO stated that the trans-lunar insertion of Chandrayaan-2 is scheduled for August 14. ISRO Scientists Sought Advice of Vedic Expert Before Chandrayaan-2 Launch: Report. Predictions on Chandrayaan 2 Prove On Dot Astrologer Anil Aggarwala written by anil aggarwala 1036 Arrticles and Predictions in just 54 months from April 2015 These Predictions Prove that if Astrology and Science go hand in hand then there will be wonders for the Globe and the mankind. Chandrayaan astrology moon isro space ಚಂದ್ರಯಾನ ಜ್ಯೋತಿಷಿ ಚಂದ್ರ ಇಸ್ರೋ ಬಾಹ್ಯಾಕಾಶ English summary Anirudh Kumar Mishra, A Vedic Astrologer Assures Chandrayaan 2 Vikram Lander will gain back communication till Sep 20. Chandrayaan 2, India’s second Moon mission, is all set to be launched on July 15, 2019. Ten years after India's first moon mission, this is Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO) third de. Nearly 10 months after Isro’s failed attempt to soft land Vikram, the lander on Chandrayaan-2 mission that was carrying a rover (Pragyan), new images from NASA have rekindled interest in the mission. And this Vedic astrology writer is elated on double count if the claim is really substantial for reason brought out here now as follows.

  • Posted on September 10, 2019
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Chandrayaan 2, launched on 22nd July 2019. Soon after orbiting the moon, Chandrayaan 2 Vikram Lander missed its moon’s landing just by 2 kilometers as per the reports.

However, the recent thermal images by the orbiter suggest that Vikram lander has successfully established it’s landing on the moon. Besides, there is no communication with the Vikram Lander yet.

Chances are that the Vikram lander may have had a crash landing on the lunar surface or landed in a tilted or damaged position.

In the wee hours of Friday, September 6, 2019, ISRO lost contact with Vikram Lander. Hours before the communication demolished with Vikram Lander, India announced its screening of 25 pilots of the test batch for Chandrayaan mission.

According to the latest news, Russia will subsequently be training 3 selected pilots in the later half of this year. The purpose behind this would be training those pilots for first manned space mission by December 2021.

Chandrayaan 2-

After Chandrayaan 1, launched on 22nd October 2008, was first Indian lunar orbiter mission. The mission aimed to analyze various components which the lunar surface is made of. Chandrayaan 1 became a major success, making India the fifth nation to have a spacecraft on the lunar space.

Indian scientists were able to successfully map out the composition of the lunar surface minerals. Thus, to get a detailed and in-depth analysis of Lunar surface composition.

Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched its Chandrayaan 2 on 22nd July 2019, headed by two women scientists, i.e., Ritu Karidhal and Muthayya Vanitha.

Aditya L1 After Chandrayaan 2-

ISRO is all set for the launch of its next mission, Aditya L1 by 2020. The mission is the first Indian scientific mission to deeply study the outer sun’s layer.

Aditya L1 will be a 1500 kg satellite will thereby launch in an 800 km lower Earth’s orbit. Therefore, the main aim of the mission is to study the dynamical nature of Sun’s solar corona.

In 2008, the satellite’s model was conceptualized by the Advisory Committee for Space Research. Likewise, as per the reports, it will orbit at a distance of 1.5 million km away from Earth.

The satellite launch is scheduled to launch during the mid-2020 from Sriharikota. Furthermore, the purpose of the mission will be to study the solar corona. Hence, the corona is Sun’s outer layer, which spans millions of kilometers, and is visible during the phase of the solar eclipse.

The outer layer is hence having a massive hotter temperature than that of the surface layer of the Sun.

The satellite, Aditya L1 will carry 7 scientific payloads. Moreover, it will possess a weight of 1,500 kgs. The purpose behind this space program is to get detailed analysis of Sun’s outer layer Corona, photosphere, and chromosphere. Moreover, it will be placed in the Sun’s halo orbit nearby the Lagrangian point 1.

Scientific Payloads in Aditya L1 after Chandrayaan 2-

Aditya L1 will have the following scientific payloads-

Solar Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (SUIT)-

The scientific payload will analyze the Sun between a wavelength range of 200-400 nm. Thereby, by the usage of the 11 distinct filters, the instrument will be able to provide images of the composition of different layers of Sun’s atmosphere.

Solar Low Energy X-ray Spectrometer (SoLEXS)-

SoLEXS is a high spectral resolution, will aim to screen X-ray flares of coronal heating of the solar corona. Moreover, this payload will provide information about the heating mechanism of DC and thus also the physical characteristics of solar flares. Furthermore, it would also be able to provide the accuracy of the temperature of the solar corona.

Visible Emission Line Coronagraph (VELC)-

This explicit payload is an advanced telescope which is occult to provide solar imaging. With the aim to screen the solar corona.


Aditya Solarwind Particle Experiment (ASPEX)-

This scientific payload will have an in-depth analysis of the solar winds. Besides, the instrument will equip an explicit ability to map out multi-directional measurements of different types of solar winds.

Plasma Analyser Package for Aditya (PAPA):

PAPA will aim to study in-depth analysis of the composition of the solar winds and their energy distributions. Furthermore, this scientific payload will possess two distinct sensors, i.e., Solar Wind Electron Energy Probe (SWEEP) and Solar Wind Ion Composition AnalyseR (SWICAR) to study electrons of solar winds.

High Energy L1 Orbiting X-ray Spectrometer (HEL1OS)-

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HEL1OS, which is a high-energy spectrometer of the scientific payload to study solar flares. This instrument will have two different detectors, i.e., CZT and CdTe. Likewise, the two detectors will enable the scientists to study the sun’s flare in X-ray.

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The magnetometer will measure magnetism and dynamic nature of Interplanetary Magnetic Field.

Future ISRO Missions After Chandrayaan 2-

After achieving 95% success rates in Chandrayaan 2, India will launch Chandrayaan 3 to Moon’s south pole by 2024.


Moreover, ISRO will also launch it’s Shukrayaan 1. The mission aims to orbit around Venus by 2023.

In addition, by 2022-2023, Mangalyaan 2 will be launched to study and orbit around Mars.

Astrologer’s Opinion-

According to our Astrologer, Dr. Armaan Sharma, a Vedic Astrologer, and Vasthu Expert, Aditya – L1, the first-ever spacecraft to study the mysteries of the sun to launch into space by India in mid – 2020.

Sun is the most mysterious and yet most important part of our solar system, and its study is essential to human life. However, studying it requires a miracle of science. Will Aditya – L1 make it? Here’s what the stars say.

Mid-2020 will see Saturn in a retrograde position, along with Jupiter and Venus which would also be retrograde. Presence of three major planets in this position indicates that mission may end up running in difficulties and may get delayed altogether.

The ruling planets are a bit harsh and may pose a danger of compromise in mission if it is gone ahead with. However, if July passes and the mission is proceeded with, the chances of success would increase dramatically.

This mission is a matter of incredible pride for India and it would be a great moment for the whole nation to see the succeeding glory of it. May the planetary energies bless this mission.

Planet Profiles. The Moon rules our looks, emotions and our mental health. Well placed Moons tend to promote happiness, social and physical attractiveness,. The Sun rules our physical health and vitality and determines our self of ego and self-projection in the world. Planet meanings in vedic astrology.

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