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Unidentified Object Found on Australian Beach - Speculation of Chandrayaan 3 Debris

Unidentified Object Found on Australian Beach – Speculation of Chandrayaan 3 Debris

Unidentified Object Found on Australian Beach – Speculation of Chandrayaan 3 Debris

A mysterious object was found off the coast of Australia. The dome-shaped object, suspected to be debris from Chandrayaan 3, washed up on the coast of Australia.

Chandrayaan 3 debris

The object was linked to the rocket Chandrayaan-3, which was launched successfully from India on July 14. The dome-shaped object was found on Green Head Beach, about 250 kms north of Perth.

Is it a part of Chandrayaan 3?

The Australian Space Agency has informed ISRO about the incident. ISRO Chief S. Somanath confirmed that the object is a part of a PSLV rocket (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle), but not Chandrayaan 3. PSLV sometimes fell into the sea. And the object might have reached there after drifting for a long time.

What next ?

The Australian Space Agency informed that they are conducting inquiries related to the object. The object could be from a foreign space launch vehicle, and they are liaising with global counterparts to get more information.

 

Read also

ISRO’s Chandrayaan-3 Successfully Lifts Off – dailyblogline.com

Chandrayaan 3 launch date – dailyblogline.com

 

 

 

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