Mangalyaan, (formal name- Mars Orbiter Mission, Mars Orbiter Mission) is India's first Mars mission. This is India's first interplanetary mission. In fact, it is an ambitious space project of the Indian Space Research Organization. This project
A satellite launched by Satish Dhawan Space Center Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) C-25 in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh, was launched on November 5, 2013 at 2.38 AM.
With this, India has also joined those countries which have sent their vehicles to Mars. By the way, two-thirds of the campaigns launched to know Mars have been unsuccessful, but with the arrival on Mars on September 24, 2014, India is the first country to succeed in its first attempt in the world and Soviet Russia, NASA and European It has become the fourth country in the world after the Space Agency. Apart from this, it is also the cheapest mission sent to Mars. India also became the first country in Asia to do so because earlier China and Japan had failed in their Mars expedition.
In fact, it is a technology demonstration project aimed at developing the design, planning, management and implementation required for interplanetary space missions. The orbiter will be orbiting Mars with its five instruments and will send statistics and photographs to Earth to achieve scientific objectives. The spacecraft is currently being monitored by ISRO Telemetry, Tracking and Command Network (Istrac), Bangalore with the help of Indian Deep Space Network Antenna from the spacecraft control center.