Chandrayaan-3 Landing


faced by ISRO during



Space Strategist, PK Ghosh, shared that one of the biggest challenges faced while landing Indian Spacecraft on the lunar surface was to get the spacecraft from a horizontal to a vertical position.


With Chandrayaan-2 failure and South Lunar being a secluded area pressure on ISRO was real to cover a distance of 388,545 kilometers from Earth..

Controlling Speed:

Due to No Atmosphere at 100 KMPH altitude, controlling the speed during descent was a highly pivotal task. 

Software Glitches

Software Glitches between 30 KMPH to 100 meters, was the major concern. This was the only phase that led to the failure of Chandrayaan-2.