A few hours after Chandrayaan-2's landing module landed Vikram on the moon early Saturday, the Rover & # 39; Pragyaan & # 39; roll out of the lander onto the lunar surface.
Setting up & # 39; vikram & # 39; is scheduled between 1:30 and 2:30, followed by the introduction of the rover between 5:30 and 6:30.
In a short video, ISRO declared Pragyaan.
The cubic vehicle, which is designed exclusively for driving on the moon, is equipped with a solar panel.
Two navigation cameras, which can be referred to as left and right eyes, are mounted and received next to an alpha-particle X-ray spectrometer and transmit antenna and rocker bogie assemblies.
Hours Later The Vikrams door opens and creates a slope on which the six-wheeled matchbox rover can glide over the lunar surface and move to perform various investigations on a solar panel.
The rover's scans are forwarded to Vikram and then to Earth, and processed in mission control for path planning.
Subsequent instructions for the rover movement are returned to him. [1
With a travel range of 50mm up and down, the rover can even overcome obstacles easily, according to ISRO.
] While ISRO's Mission Control Station controls its movement, it instructs Pragyaan to determine the elemental composition of lunar rock and ground with a payload called APXS directly beneath the two cameras.
Another payload called LIBS is located just below the cubic shaped rover body near the right front wheel to derive the elemental composition of the lunar surface.
The rover moves at a maximum distance of 500 meters from Vik Aries.
The mission lasts 14 Earth days. During this time, various tests are performed.
The mission objective is to locate the presence of water and other important minerals on the lunar surface.