Contact with the vehicle sent to the moon mysteriously broken for 47 minutes, scientists lost their sleep – न्यूज़लीड India

Contact with the vehicle sent to the moon mysteriously broken for 47 minutes, scientists lost their sleep


47 minutes no contact

16 November Artemis-1 mission was launched. Although it was working properly, but recently its contact was lost from NASA’s control center for 47 minutes. During this, he kept working without control, although everything became normal later, but why this incident happened, the reason for this has not been known.

Any damage done?

Any damage done?

In the matter, NASA issued an official statement saying that the reconfiguration was done several times in the last few days. At present, the control is completely in the hands of the scientists. NASA engineers are examining the spacecraft’s data to determine the cause of the loss of contact. Apart from this, care is also being taken that such incidents do not happen in future. At the same time, on the 47-minute incident, NASA said that the spacecraft was not in contact at that time, but it did not cause any significant damage.

Will orbit for 42 days

Will orbit for 42 days

Let us tell you that NASA is searching for life on Mars, where its rover is collecting data day and night. Apart from this, NASA is also eyeing the Moon, for which it has launched the Artemis-1 mission. Under this, the Orion vehicle will orbit the moon for 42 days, after which it will return. Based on the data received from it, humans will be taken to the moon again.

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How much did it cost?

How much did it cost?

NASA scientists were working on this project for almost a decade. In the period from 2012 to 2025, 7434 billion rupees will be spent on this. After this, every time NASA will send its spacecraft to the moon, it will cost Rs 327 billion. At the same time, 2,949 billion rupees have been spent on this.

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