Which Mission was Launched by ISRO using a Modified Version of the PSLV on 22 October 2008?

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Lily Chitlangiya asked 11 days ago in Space Technology by Lily Chitlangiya
Which Mission was Launched by ISRO using a Modified Version of the PSLV on 22 October 2008?

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Sanjay Goenka answered 3 days ago by Sanjay Goenka

                    Chandrayaan 1 was launched by PSLV-XL on 22 October 2008

Chandrayaan – 1 was the first mission in Indian history to reach the Moon it was launched by the PSLV-XL on 22 October 2008 by the Indian Space Research organization from Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota. And operated until August 2009. The estimated cost that has been spent to build it was 386 crore.

Which Mission was Launched by ISRO using a Modified Version of the PSLV on 22 October 2008?

Historical view
The then Prime Minister 'Atal Bihari Vajpayee' narrated in his speech on Independence Day 15 August 2003 about the Innovation in the mission of the moon and this was the first time when the word Chandrayaan- 1 was cited. And he also remarked to the nation that this will be the future development carrier for India.

Specifications of Chandrayaan -1
1- Mass – at launch – 1380 kg, at lunar orbit – 675 kg, after releasing the impactor 530 Kg.
2- Power – the spacecraft was powered by the solar array. the dimension of that solar panel was 2.15. 1.8, and the power which was stored by the solar panel is 750 w of having the lithium-ion battery of 36A-h.
3- Propulsion – this spacecraft used a bipropellant integrated propulsion to reach the orbit and also for the orbit where it had to leave its landers and it has one 440N thrust engine and eight 22 N of thrusters. The other fuel and oxidizer agents were stored in another tank having a capacity of around 390 liters.
4- Dimension – it has a cuboid shape having 3.5 meters

payload – in this mission the scientific payload was 90 Kg and it has 5 national instruments and 6 international instruments.

Jawahar Point – This is a place where the Moon impact Probe ejected the soil of the moon for the research of the Lunar Water Ice on the surface.

Interesting Fact – India became the 4th country to mark its presence on the surface of the Moon after the successful completion of this mission.