Chandrayaan-3 Successful Landing

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Chandrayaan-3 Successful Landing

With the success of the Chandrayaan-3 mission India now becomes the first ever country in the world to land a spacecraft and roll over the uncharted territory of the lunar south pole of the moon. After the failure of the Chandrayaan-2 mission on 7 September 2019, ISRO scientists didn’t give up. They had made history almost after 4 years of hard work and dedication which led to the success of the Chandrayaan-3 mission on 23 August 2023 at 6:04 PM (IST). This victory has not only boosted India’s prestige but also benefited the country’s fledgling space sector to touch new heights.

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Chandrayaan-3 Soft Landing: What Happens Next

The key features of Chandrayaan-3 are soft landing and roving. After the successful landing, India became the fourth country in history to perform a soft landing on the moon’s surface after the United States, the Soviet Union, and China.

Now, the 14-day science mission will begin, as the space agency analyzed the dust settlement on the moon’s surface post landing, Pragyan rover has been successfully deployed on the moon’s surface from the Lander. The ISRO Chief Hon’able S Somanath revealed that ISRO will work on robotic path planning that would help in exploring the surface of the earth to find the elemental composition and chemical composition of the moon’s surface.

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Where has Chandrayaan-3 landed?

Chandrayaan-3 has landed on the lunar surface of the moon around 70 degrees south latitude.

What happens after the Chandrayaan-3 landing?

The Pragyan rover containing 5 payloads will conduct in-situ experimentation on the moon’s surface.

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