Chandrayaan Mission: India’s Remarkable Journey to the Lunar Frontier

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Chandrayaan 3 Moon Landing: Success

India has created history as it became the first country to land on the South Pole of lunar surface. PM Modi congratulated Indians and space scientists for the achievement.

Prime Minister's Tweet

Historic day for India's space sector. Congratulations to

for the remarkable success of Chandrayaan-3 lunar mission.
Chandrayaan-3 is the third and most recent Indian lunar exploration mission under the Chandrayaan programme of ISRO.It consists of a lander named Vikram and a rover named Pragyan similar to Chandrayaan-2.
Its propulsion module would act like an orbiter. The propulsion module carries the lander and rover configuration until the spacecraft is in a 100-kilometre lunar orbit.

Chandrayaan-2, which was launched on July 22, 2019. This mission aimed to further unravel the Moon’s mysteries, focusing on its unexplored southern pole.

Key Achievements of Chandrayaan-2:
Orbiter Success: The Chandrayaan-2 orbiter continues to orbit the Moon, conducting scientific experiments and sending valuable data back to Earth. It has provided insights into the Moon’s surface, exosphere, and other characteristics.

Discovering Water Ice: The orbiter’s discovery of water ice on the Moon’s surface is a monumental achievement. Water is a valuable resource for potential future lunar missions, as it could be used for life support systems and fuel production.

Mapping Minerals: Chandrayaan-2’s orbiter has been instrumental in mapping the distribution of minerals and elements across the lunar surface. This information is crucial for understanding the Moon’s geology and its history.

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